Mehdi Hasan is a contributing writer for the New Statesman and the co-author of Ed: The Milibands and the Making of a Labour Leader. He was the New Statesman's senior editor (politics) from 2009-12.

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Politics
09 June 2011
Tony Blair is back in Britain to promote the paperback edition of his 2010 memoir, A Journey. The permatanned ex-...
Politics
25 May 2011
King Obama?
Politics
22 May 2011
10 questions for Obama
Politics
20 May 2011
Are you as fed up as I am with critics of Israel's belligerence being smeared as anti-Semites? Or how any reasoned and...
International Politics
19 May 2011
Peace process
Politics
18 May 2011
Can you imagine the reaction if I wrote a column expressing my "pleasure" at the strangulation to death of an...
Politics
12 May 2011
At 7am on 2 May, less than three hours after Barack Obama dramatically confirmed that the world's most wanted terrorist...
Politics
12 May 2011
Tina is the embattled politician's best friend. She offers him comfort and support when he is under fire, and shields...
Politics
06 May 2011
If David Cameron wins a Commons majority at the next general election, on redrawn boundaries and under first-past-the-...
Politics
20 April 2011
On Blue Labour
Politics
14 April 2011
From Munich to Hampshire. David Cameron's speech in front of a Conservative audience later this morning will argue that...
Politics
11 April 2011
"This house believes that whistleblowers make the world a safer place." That was the motion on Saturday at...
Politics
07 April 2011
Lots of lefties and Labour Party supporters tell me that they plan to vote against the Alternative Vote (AV) in order...

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