New Statesman

Archived since 23 - 29 May 2014 Modern Archive

321 issues

The New Statesman is Britain's leading and most authoritative weekly political, cultural and current affairs magazine. Irreverent, beautifully written and witty, the New Statesman is the essential read for bright thinkers everywhere. The magazine’s award-winning team of editors and contributors seek to engage readers with great writing, arresting photography, intelligent analysis, bold campaigns and trenchant argument. For a century, our mission has been to provide readers with a rigorous examination of political culture as well as to amuse and entertain.

Latest issue

Britain unlocks: Stephen Bush and Philip Collins on Boris Johnson’s greatest gamble yet,
Plus:
• Ten years after the Arab Spring, by Jeremy Bowen and John Jenkins
•Helen Thompson on Thomas Hobbes and the lessons of the pandemic
• Anna Leszkiewicz on consent culture
• Johanna Thomas-Corr on internet fictions
• Brexiteer history: Richard J Evans on why misreading the past leads to a deluded faith in the UK’s future

Subjects: Culture, News, Politics

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The New Statesman is Britain's leading and most authoritative weekly political, cultural and current affairs magazine. Irreverent, beautifully written and witty, the New Statesman is the essential read for bright thinkers everywhere. The magazine’s award-winning team of editors and contributors seek to engage readers with great writing, arresting photography, intelligent analysis, bold campaigns and trenchant argument. For a century, our mission has been to provide readers with a rigorous examination of political culture as well as to amuse and entertain.

  • First Issue: 23 - 29 May 2014
  • Latest Issue: 26 February - 4 March 2021
  • Issue Count: 321
  • Published: Weekly
  • ISSN: 1758-924X

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