Back in the Land Rover, doors locked, we watched the action begin. . .
Fewer soft furnishings, hard tiled floors – or a concerted effort to get diners out the door quickly?
She was her country's first female combat pilot, and stood trial in Moscow after being captured in eastern Ukraine. Now, she's taking on political corruption.
The Twitterati have discovered that I’ve recently been less than flattering about Corbyn. Luckily, by the next day, it's almost over.
Waking up in Donald Trump’s America.
She was nicknamed Trump’s “secret weapon”; now she's on her father's transition team. Yet campaign observers have questions about Ivanka Trump.
Out in the Rust Belt, I didn't know the people I was meeting would shortly hand Trump the presidency. Britain has a lot to learn from the fact they did.
Farron's woolly interests, Barzun's missing drinks, and the musical side of the military.
Though foreign leaders may hope for the best from Donald Trump, they must prepare for the worst.
The US election result and Brexit have shown that political revolution is possible, says the former Greek finance minister.
Trump's theatrical politics are a betrayal of the disenfranchised. To move forward, we need better analysis of and investment in local civic activism.
Trump’s public investment plans will give markets a boost but could end up hurting the world.
This week in politics, from Farage in New York to the new nationalism sweeping the West – and the problem of defining Trump.
Its 1.7 billion users were treated to articles about how the Pope backs Trump and Clinton is dying. It's time to accept Facebook is a force in politics.
Donald Trump is still a reality-TV star who rigged the game show. Now the whole world can see what it has won.
The US election was a contest between obvious vulgarity and devious vulgarity.
Unless Donald Trump is able to master geopolitical complexity, the trouble in the Middle East will get far worse.
Donald Trump’s victory has changed politics irrevocably. The age of unchecked globalisation and armed missionaries for liberal values is over. And we are entering a new age of great-power rivalry.
From Jason Cowley to John Bew, the New Statesman team share their favourite book of 2016.
Four new books, from the cast that brought us Brexit, chronicle the end of one political age – and the start of another.
Politicians from both sides of the House share their picks of the year.
Naomi Alderman's The Power imagines how women would behave if they, not men, were the dominant gender.
From Eimear McBride to Stuart Maconie, The Argonauts to Transit, writers share their picks of the year.
A new poem by Joe Dunthorne.
Kids on the Edge made me wonder why the adults agreed to let their children be filmed. Plus: the adaptation of Zadie Smith’s NW.
Susie Orbach's In Therapy has turned from an oddity to a thrilling drama.
The new Harry Potter spin-off barely has enough material for one film, let alone the five its creator has promised.
It's time for more immigration – not less.
As a dual US/UK citizen, I'm finding the best thing to do is seek distraction. But what genre of fiction can provide comfort?
Through the clear plastic of his carrier bag, I spotted the bright orange boxes of four EpiPens: syringes pre-filled with a dose of adrenalin.
Certain communities aside, we Britons today aren’t big fish fans. Can places like Billingsgate Market teach us to love seafood?
In March 1918, she was found guilty of holding a demonstration in George Square, Glasgow, without permission from the council.
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