The great conservative journalist reflects on a long life at the heart of the establishment
February 11 2016 / The New Statesman
Corbyn might want “a world of peace” but hermit security is not an option for the UK
December 15 2015 / New Statesman
The private anguish, and public success of David Cornwell.
October 31 2015 / The Financial Times
A “nearly history” of the 1980s, Britain’s decade of boom, bust and Margaret Thatcher.
September 14 2015 / New Statesman
George Osborne’s mission to capture and reshape the centre ground.
September 9 2015 / New Statesman
How Clive James found his defining subject, the gravest of all.
August 14 2015 / Financial Times
Is Jeremy Corbyn ready to lead the Labour party?
July 29 2015 / New Statesman
The next Labour leader needs to watch and learn from David Cameron and George Osborne.
July 14 2015 / The Daily Telegraph
Andy Burnham thinks he’s an outsider but he’s really just another member of the “Westminster Guild”.
June 24 2015 / New Statesman
New Statesman editor Jason Cowley gives his election post-mortem.
May 14 2015 / New Statesman
Messianic self-belief but little clue about real life: A searing verdict by the editor of the New Statesman
Ed Miliband’s defeat and resignation are a personal humiliation and a family tragedy.
May 9 2015 / The Daily Mail
If Labour are ever again to win an absolute majority, it must start by winning back working-class voters in constituencies like Harlow.
April 30 2015 / New Statesman
An archive of selected articles by the journalist, magazine editor and writer, Jason Cowley.