Jemima Khan is associate editor of the New Statesman

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Cultural Capital
10 April 2014
What Star Trek can teach us about democracy.
UK Politics
25 September 2013
NHS, nicknames and the Tory leadership.
Religion
23 April 2013
“Polygamy is not going to go away.”
UK Politics
13 September 2012
An extract from the NS Profile.
Politics
13 September 2012
Jemima Khan meets the Speaker.
Art and Design
27 June 2012
Your latest work is a series of tapestries that explore class and taste in modern Britain. Why tapestries? Do you...
International Politics
13 June 2012
The Jemima Khan interview.
Cultural Capital
31 May 2012
A shorter version of this interview appeared in the New Statesman's special issue on Jews and Judaism...
Books
23 May 2012
You published your account of the Holocaust in 1999. Why did you wait so long? When I came back in 1945, I was...
Religion
23 May 2012
Why did you start Hoping, your charity for Palestinian refugees? And why Palestine? I’ve always been interested...
Politics
25 April 2012
"One day, I’ll be a national treasure"
Society
15 March 2012
Muslim men bring 12,000 brides to Britain each year. That leaves their female peers with a dilemma — accept a...
12 February 2012
"Terribly," says Boris to his cheery director of external affairs, Guto Harri, who has popped in to check how...
12 February 2012
How important to you is it to be liked? No more than most politicians. What is your idea of perfect happiness?...

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