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.
A new book by the US President’s daughter has surpisingly strong echoes of medieval royalty.
We must now confront an uncomfortable question. Why did so many French people vote for Emmanuel Macron? Was it a lack of economic anxiety, or a lack of racism?
Paul Mason’s new play about Michel is admirably far from a hagiography.
Smart, funny and mouthy, Jess Phillips is one of the most impressive MPs from Labour’s 2015 intake. Now she's fighting to stay there.
Jasper Jackson is joining the NS as our new digital editor; Chris Deerin becomes Contributing Editor (Scotland); and Lizzie Palmer joins the online team as a sub-editor.
Relive your youth through these six 1990s icons.
Class, culture and religion all play a part in how white voters feel about themselves.
"Labour will be offering the country an effective alternative," the opposition leader says.
The prime minister has announced that a Commons vote will be held on Wednesday.
Until 2020, inflation will erode the value of benefits, leaving millions of families feeling the pinch.
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