Jon Bernstein, former deputy editor of New Statesman, is a digital strategist and editor. He tweets @Jon_Bernstein. 

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UK Politics
13 September 2010
"An orgy of axe-wielding" is the colourful phrase Brendan Barber coined in May to describe the public...
The Staggers
08 September 2010
This week's cover
The Staggers
06 September 2010
Interviews Murdoch
The Staggers
23 August 2010
Occupying the centre spread of our current issue is this excellent primer on Pakistan. Click on the image below to see...
The Staggers
19 August 2010
Selective photos
The Staggers
18 August 2010
A Philippines politician eschews "Yes we can"-style electioneering:[Hat-tip: Hattie Garlick from the always...
The Staggers
17 August 2010
The people over at Tweetminster have been analysing all the activity on Twitter related to the coalition government...
The Staggers
15 August 2010
If Alan Milburn takes up David Cameron and Nick Clegg's offer to enter government a third time, he is unlikely to use...
The Staggers
15 August 2010
So, Alan Milburn may follow Frank Field and John Hutton and work with David Cameron and Nick Clegg's coalition...
The Staggers
14 August 2010
A couple of days ago, I wondered aloud whether this was the week the honeymoon ended for the coalition government. A...
The Staggers
14 August 2010
As news of the Audit Commission's demise began to leak out yesterday afternoon -- and newspaper editors knew their...
The Staggers
14 August 2010
Today's Daily Mail has what it claims is the first major newspaper interview with Charlie Whelan since Labour came to...
The Staggers
14 August 2010
Offering his first public comments on the decision to build a 13-storey Islamic centre and mosque near the site of the...
The Staggers
13 August 2010
Intriguing quote from Vince Cable on the front page of City AM this morning. The splash, "Cable snubbed over Green...
The Staggers
13 August 2010
In his politics column for the Spectator this week (not yet online), James Forsyth dissects the rows behind the scenes...

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