Jason Cowley is editor of the New Statesman. He has been the editor of Granta, a senior editor at the Observer and a staff writer at the Times.
The founder of Souvenir Press lived a varied, fulfilling and, in many ways, thrilling life.
Labour is no longer a party of centre-left social democracy.
The former Ukip leader is often described as the most successful politician of his generation – even by those who despise him. As Brexiteers speak of betrayal, will he settle for life as an alt-right shock jock, or return as the head of a new English nationalist movement?
The New York Times columnist rejects Trumpism – but understands what has enabled it.
Many in her inner circle were disdainful of libertarian free market dogmas.
She won the ultimate prize, and then tossed it away so carelessly.
The xenophobia during the EU referendum campaign was loathsome.
Even back in the Seventies, they understood that ours had become a “Computer World”.
What the Labour leader has at present, the party should bottle – a sense of hope.
Nobody told me there’d be days like these.