Helen Lewis is associate editor of the New Statesman. She regularly appears on BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and the News Quiz, and is writing a history of feminism for Jonathan Cape.
If you disappear from the scene, people will start to miss you.
Getting men to admit vulnerability is difficult, so if part of the answer is to have trained killers talking about mental health problems on TV, then so be it.
The MP, who is 37 weeks pregnant, should not have to go through the voting lobby in a wheelchair.
I voted Remain, and would again. Dozens of people I know, respect and love support a second vote, and yet I just can’t make the leap.
In a shameless U-turn, Miller has now cooled on self-identification of gender, and says single-sex spaces must be protected.
From endless Arthur Miller to the National’s sell-out Cate Blanchett vehicle, the forthcoming year in theatre.
When everyone is curating Christmas on Instagram, it can leave us feeling like failures.
From gammon to centrist parties, 2018 has been a rollercoaster from start to finish. And, quite frankly, we’re glad to get off.
David Miliband spent another year persistently refusing to move back to Britain and found a new centrist party.
Rough sleeping is only the most visible symptom of a larger crisis.