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Jemima Khan is a film and TV producer. Formerly a journalist, she joined the New Statesman as associate editor in November 2011.
6 February 2013: How Jemima Khan, who originally supported — and bailed out — the WikiLeaks founder, became a sceptic.
At 75, after many years of personal struggle, John Cleese says he is the happiest he has ever been. But what on earth will that mean for his comedy?
Jemima Khan writes from Jordan on the Syrian refugee crisis.
The founder of the online free encyclopedia on Turkey’s Twitter ban, the perils of clicktivism and what Star Trek can teach us about democracy.
WikiLeaks – whose mission statement was “to produce a more just society based upon truth” – has been guilty of the same obfuscation and misinformation as those it sought to expose, while its supporters are expected to follow, unquestioningly.
An extract from Jemima Khan's interview with John Bercow, in which she talks to him about his journey from far-right attack dog to champion of parliamentary reform and civil liberties.
A natural outsider, John Bercow is a thorn in the side of David Cameron and his friends in the Tory party - and a punchbag for the right-wing press.