Jonn Elledge edits the New Statesman's sister site CityMetric, and writes for the NS about subjects including politics, history and Brexit. You can find him on Twitter or Facebook.
Who gives a crap who wins this thing? In cosmic terms we’ll all be dead in a blink of an eye anyway.
The story of John B. McLemore and a small town in Alabama is wonderfully strange - and totally unnerving.
The good old days, when impressionists were considered legitimate comedians and prawn cocktails were an aspirational starter.
The brightest possible future for him now involves joining one of those sinister US think tanks.
I am Captain Ahab, and Dan is my great white whale, enraging and mocking me in equal measure through his continued political survival.
Their obsessions with their childhoods have both become punchlines; but one of these jokes, it feels to me, is told with a lot more affection than the other.
All's well that Carswell. Except when you argue the UK was created "organically" unlike the "elite" EU.
The former Chancellor is now editor of the Evening Standard and an adviser for BlackRock. Where does the Northern Powerhouse fit in his schedule?
Because life isn't all Hobbit tweets and constitutional conundrums.
No, it's not about social mobility. There are three reasons the Conservatives back selective education.