Peter Wilby was editor of the Independent on Sunday from 1995 to 1996 and of the New Statesman from 1998 to 2005. He writes a weekly column for the NS.

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Politics
06 August 2009
On assisted suicide
UK Politics
30 July 2009
Brown and Churchill
Politics
23 July 2009
The busiest virus
Politics
09 July 2009
With every day that passes, it becomes clearer that those who hoped the crisis of capitalism might lead to a...
Asia
02 July 2009
The Ashes and globalisation
UK Politics
25 June 2009
Daniel Finkelstein, a Times columnist and a former director of the Conservative Research Department, writes: “I am a...
Politics
18 June 2009
I do not care whether the Iraq inquiry is held in public or private. It is a waste of time and money. Like, I would...
UK Politics
11 June 2009
The plot to kill off Labour
Books
04 June 2009
What price liberty?
UK Politics
04 June 2009
I suppose, when you think about it, government by celebrity is sooner or later inevitable. All parties seek celebrity...
Politics
28 May 2009
On Esther Rantzen
UK Politics
21 May 2009
Whenever it is suggested that MPs’ expenses be cut, someone – usually a sitting MP – insists there must be a...
UK Politics
14 May 2009
My answer to those who say that, because of the Iraq War or the widening gap between rich and poor or whatever, they...
UK Politics
07 May 2009
I am sorry to rain on Joanna Lumley’s parade, but I have rarely heard such piffle as she and others offered in support...
UK Politics
30 April 2009
Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells is leaving us. “I own my own business, which moves electronic components around the world...

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