Jason Cowley is editor of the New Statesman

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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...
Broadcast
15 November 2012
The BBC's excessive caution.
Politics
25 October 2012
George Osborne: the Austerity Chancellor Janan Ganesh Biteback, 368pp, £20 Who is this book for? Is it...
Politics
25 October 2012
The story of a suspicious fire.
Politics
06 October 2012
Editor's Note.
Politics
29 September 2012
I enjoyed Vince Cable’s speech at the Liberal Democrats’ conference in Brighton, especially the “pleb...
Politics
05 September 2012
Can Miliband remake capitalism?
Politics
25 July 2012
A glorious two-week distraction.
Politics
04 July 2012
The PM's lack of originality.
Politics
06 June 2012
Salmond keeps on shifting position.
UK Politics
16 May 2012
One wet evening last week I returned to South­ampton University, where I was an undergraduate from 1986-89, to give...
Culture
16 May 2012
The Big Miss: My Years Coaching Tiger Woods Hank Haney Crown Archetype, 272pp, £17.99 The world of sport...

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