Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She has presented BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and is a regular panellist on BBC1’s Sunday Politics.
By March 2019, we’re supposed to have renegotiated 40 years of laws and treaties with 27 countries.
We all want to discover who we truly are – but what happens when we don't like what we find?
He comes from a tradition on the left that sees the EU as a capitalist club.
Theresa May's team did not tell voters why continued austerity was necessary. At a time when the NHS and schools were overstretched, that was a crucial mistake.
... and eight other things we've learned from the 2017 election.
Plus Jeremy Corbyn talks trains, drains and his allotment.
If a play aspires to say something about masculinity, violence and morality, it should treat its subject with interest and respect.
For the fourth year running, ethnic minority journalists are invited to apply for a paid internship at the New Statesman.
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The links between domestic violence and mass killings are now exhaustively documented. So why the conspiracy of silence?