The number one bestseller on the hardback list for more than six months, The State We're In is the most explosive analysis of British society to have been published for over thirty years. It is now updated for the paperback edition.
Will Hutton, aged forty-five and married with three children, has been economics editor of the Guardian since 1990. A former stockbroker, he spent ten years with the BBC and from 1983 to 1988 was economics correspondent for BBC 2's 'Newsnight'. e was nominated Political Journalist of the Year by Granada TV's 'What the Papers Say' for his coverage of the 1992 ERM crisis. His book on Keynesian economics, The Revolution That Never Was, was published in 1986. e is a member of the governing council of the Policy Studies Institute, the Institute of Political Economy and Charter 88. He is on the editorial board of New Economy and is a governor of the London School of Economics and became Honorary Chair of the Employment Policy Institute in 1995.