Mehdi Hasan on Mike Lofgren's revealing account.
An intriguing new report from an unlikely source.
The grieving father talks to the New Statesman about tougher sentencing, and his Islamist past.
The debate about the riots is being hijacked by those who want to push partisan agendas and narratives.
Seal Team 6 members among the 38 killed in Afghanistan.
Standard and Poor's decision to downgrade the United States's credit rating is outrageous and undemocratic.
Obama's "deal" isn't a compromise. It's capitulation. And there were alternatives.
Stop the mawkishness and sentimentality, says Mehdi Hasan.
When will the PM distance himself from the toxic trio of Murdoch, Coulson and Brooks?
The Bubba comes out against austerity.
It was a bravura performance from the Labour leader.
The number of US military fatalities has remained virtually unchanged, year on year.
Isn't it time for George Osborne to apologise for his mendacity during the AV campaign?
Mehdi Hasan on today's pensions strike.
Phillips leaves the Spectator as the complaints pile up.
My piece in today's Guardian.
A sneak preview of my interview with the Public and Commercial Services Union leader in this week's
You know you've made an impact when the guys in Taiwan turn what you've written into an animated movie.
If Ed Miliband is under fire, doesn't he need public and visible backing from his frontbench colleages?
Tony's back in town - but should he be speaking to Labour?
The press coverage of the US president's state visit to Britain is bordering on the ridiculous.
The US president gives his only British interview ahead of his state visit to the UK.
Those who oppose Israel are smeared as anti-semites.
Can you imagine if a Muslim columnist had written something similar? Geoffrey Alderman should be ashashamed.
Beckett, Blunkett and Reid should hang their heads in shame.
Cameron’s speech is lazy, ill-informed and inflammatory.
Me and Julian Assange v Douglas Murray and Bob Ayers.
Forget Clegg. Do you want to put a smile on these people's faces?
The inconvenient truth is that Labour also wanted to cut more than Margaret Thatcher.