Jason Cowley is editor of the New Statesman

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Sport
27 July 2013
I had the good fortune to spend a couple of days at the Lord’s Test, during which Australia lived down to...
Music and Performance
18 July 2013
The Scottish play, de profundis.
Politics
25 June 2013
A 2013 archive piece.
Politics
08 May 2013
An interview with Tony Little.
The Staggers
17 April 2013
The Tories' legacy of bitterness.
The Staggers
12 April 2013
The New Statesman was launched 100 years ago today and, as we celebrate with the publication of our centenary issue...
Magazines
12 April 2013
Melvyn Bragg has described how he discovered the New Statesman in the library of his grammar school in Wigton, Cumbria...
The Staggers
27 March 2013
He is indeed not coming back, and Labour has lost one of its brightest and best.
Music and Performance
07 March 2013
The last king of Scotland.
Culture
21 February 2013
Divisive arguments and musical nostalgia.
The Staggers
15 February 2013
No event since the 1984 miners’ strike has divided the left more than the Iraq war. Friendships were ended,...
The Staggers
14 February 2013
It was a good speech from Ed Miliband today. He’s clearly been reading the New Statesman, which endorsed his bid...
Magazines
18 January 2013
The New Statesman will be 100 years old on 12 April this year. Founded by Beatrice and Sidney Webb with £5,000-...
Politics
22 November 2012
The first thing I was told on checking in at my hotel close to the beachfront in Tel Aviv was where the underground...

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