Jemima Khan guest edits this week's New Statesman

Jemima Khan has guest-edited the New Statesman this week bringing in a host of high-profile names for a special on free speech.

Khan has worked with the News Statesman, which like Press Gazette is owned by Progressive Media, on an issue including contributions from two Oscar winners and an interview with the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

Oscar-winning actor Tim Robbins takes the press to task while Oliver Stone – the director of JFK, Nixon and W. – gives his verdict on Barack Obama.

There are also contributions from Julian Assange, who argues that WikiLeaks follows in the best traditions of the radical press, alongside columns by the comedian Russell Brand, the singer Jarvis Cocker and the England cricketer Kevin Pietersen.

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