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The New Statesman is a British left-wing political magazine published weekly in London. The current editor is Jason Cowley, whose appointment was announced on 16 May 2008. The magazine is committed to "development, human rights and the environment, global issues the mainstream press often ignores".

In the issue dated 29 May 2006, then editor John Kampfner stated that the New Statesman remained "true to its heritage of radical politics".

The magazine is sometimes affectionately referred to as 'The Staggers', consequent from its frequent crises.




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