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Labour declined to investigate bullying complaint against Valerie Vaz  As shadow leader of the House of Commons, Vaz has led Labour's response to the Commons bullying scandal. " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" ...
Michael Moore wants to win the war against Trump  Moore explains what Hitler and Trump have in common, and why he’s hopeful for the new wave of left-wing candidates politicised by decades of corporate greed.   "...
The fresh voices of poets Hannah Sullivan and Danez Smith: two audacious formalists  Sullivan and Smith have little in common, but both are creating urgent, skilful work.   " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
America, the ongoing experiment  History shows that the US has often been far nobler than many of the politicians chosen to guide it. " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img=""...
A view from the border: Ireland on the brink of Brexit  With a declining Catholic church, a gay premier and a politically astute citizenry, Ireland has come of age. But on the border old wounds are reopening. "...
The great schism that could pull the EU apart  Europe is once again divided – this time between liberalism’s defenders in the west and north, and states in the south and east who increasingly reject it. "...
The return of the Black Power icon and Olympic protester Tommie Smith  “I called my wife and said, ‘Get me some black gloves.’” " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img=""...
Commons Confidential: The DUP plot against Arlene  Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img=""...
Why academic hoaxes can prove helpful  Over ten months, three writers submitted 20 deliberately ridiculous papers to peer-reviewed academic journals specialising in critical theory.  "...
Reports that the Saudis want Man Utd show the murky insularity of the football rumour mill  Stories about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s interest in the club manage to ignore the swirling accusations against him. ..
Jamal Khashoggi, MBS and the myth of the youthful reformer  The brutal killing of a Saudi journalist has exposed so many Western observers as fools for buying into the Saudi crown prince's own hype. "...
PMQs review: Is Labour under Jeremy Corbyn now the party of business?  The Labour leader’s Brexit questions put pressure on Theresa May, who was unable to reassure business interests. "...
The problem that gender self-ID is designed to solve is real but the debate has failed  Any prospect of a serious discussion about balancing rights has been squashed by hair-trigger accusations of bigotry.  "...
It would be a big mistake for May to rely on Labour MPs to push through her Brexit deal  A Brexit that is too soft to secure the support of Tory ultra-Brexiteers will also struggle to retain the support of Labour’s band of...
Lonely pensioners, cake-based Schadenfreude and how royal weddings help the Tories  If I am offered the new service from Royal Mail as part of the government’s loneliness strategy, I’ll say I’d prefer earlier and more reliable...
The New Statesman Podcast: The Brexit Sanity Test  Early access for digital subscribers to the New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
Italy is dividing the poor into deserving citizens and undeserving immigrants  Although Matteo Salvini’s pronouncements may cause more outrage, Luigi Di Maio of the Five Star Movement is playing along.  "...
The president and the pen: letters to Obama  Throughout his presidency, Obama read ten letters from US citizens every day, slipped to him in a purple folder. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
Doris Kearns Goodwin on how to be the greatest American president  Overcome adversity, nurture great ambition, and never aggrandise yourself – leadership lessons, from Lincoln to LBJ. "...
The anniversary edition of Any Questions? was the usual, bootless, surface programme  Most striking was just how ingrained are a politician’s locutions and phrasing. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
All you need for the perfect sourdough bread is a superhuman starter  As a serial murderer of house plants I’m relieved to find that, in theory at least, “starters are actually really hard to kill”. "...
Contemplating my move to the Scooby-Doo house. Will it make me go madder?  The deadline for my removal from the apartment approaches – I have about six weeks. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
Danny was ten, but the voice in his head belonged to a threatening older man  Hallucinations in children are more common than you might think. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
Leader: Universal Credit was an avoidable disaster  Iain Duncan Smith and his acolytes recklessly dismissed warnings from experts - a preview of the Brexit debacle.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
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