Jeremy Clarke goes on holiday to New Zealand where he watches soaps and dices with death
The raucous Europhobic Tory press and their pitch to mould the new conservatism
Edward Pearce advises David Lloyd on how to sort out English cricket
John Lloyd recalls an unhappy time as New Statesman editor and considers the latest attempt to revive it
Peter Kellner examines the reasons why the pollsters so badly underestimated the Tory vote in the 1992 election and asks whether it could happen again.
Jeremy Clarke retreats to an old people's home, but finds it far from restful