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10 March 2021

Subscriber of the week: Emmanuel Galea

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What do you do?

Quality assurance manager.

Where do you live?

Gozo, Malta.

Do you vote?

Yes, always.

How long have you been a subscriber?

About four years.

What made you start?

I picked up a copy at Heathrow and have been addicted since then.

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Is the NS bug in the family?

Not really, but a friend of mine is really keen on it.

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What pages do you flick to first?

Editorial then back to front.

How do you read yours?

At home and in my car – with the digital edition as back-up.

What would you like to see more of in the NS?

The implications of Brexit.

Who are your favourite NS writers?

They are all very good.

Who would you put on the cover of the NS?

Lewis Hamilton.

With which political figure would you least like to be stuck in a lift?

David Cameron.

All-time favourite NS article?

“The man who broke Britain” by Martin Fletcher.

The New Statesman is…

A relief to know that common sense is not that common, but still exists. 


This article appears in the 10 Mar 2021 issue of the New Statesman, Grief nation