Laurie Penny is a contributing editor to the New Statesman.

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Laurie Penny
19 September 2010
Why the coalition's welfare plans are damaging and dangerous
Laurie Penny
17 September 2010
Those planning to protest the Pope's visit are not instinctively anti-Catholic. But justice demands
Laurie Penny
15 September 2010
Upsetting vegetarians was only part of the point of this ensemble.
Laurie Penny
12 September 2010
New details change everything — and nothing — about the Sabbar Kushur verdict.
Laurie Penny
11 September 2010
Moving Tony Blair's autobiography in bookshops shows that young people are not willing to be sold the wrong story
Laurie Penny
09 September 2010
Despite evidence to the contrary, there are still people doing beautiful things in the name of religion
Laurie Penny
08 September 2010
Invoking the Blitz implies that there are no alternatives to the coming austerity.
Laurie Penny
05 September 2010
The real problem with sensationalising misogyny is that misogyny is not sensational.
Laurie Penny
29 August 2010
Girls outperform boys in education and graduate employment — but feminists have no reason to celebrate
Laurie Penny
26 August 2010
Does Climate Camp show us the future of youth activism?
Laurie Penny
24 August 2010
As they welcome their new daughter, the Camerons should consider how coalition cuts will affect the babies born in Britain today
Laurie Penny
22 August 2010
On the front line of the eco-war.
Laurie Penny
18 August 2010
The west must not use women’s rights to justify war
Laurie Penny
15 August 2010
For the rich and the middle-aged, property remains a commodity fetish.

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