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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International Politics
31 March 2011
What is to be done about a murderous dictator in Africa who has lost the support of his people, a tyrant who is bombing...
International Politics
31 March 2011
You've just written a book. What is its thesis?It's a call to arms. We've globalised our economy and need to globalise...
UK Politics
31 March 2011
Ed Balls
Politics
29 March 2011
I've interviewed Ed Balls for this week's New Statesman -- out on the newsstands on Thursday.Here are a few comments...
Politics
28 March 2011
I don't like hummus. In fact, I despise hummus. I prefer going straight for the main "dead animal" course in...
Politics
25 March 2011
One of the weirdest features of the Libya crisis has been the re-emergence of T Blair. I was both annoyed and amused to...
Politics
25 March 2011
So how much is the Prime Minister's word worth? The well-informed James Forsyth wrote in the Mail on Sunday on 13...
Politics
23 March 2011
This morning, I took part in a discussion about George Osborne on Radio 4's Today programme with ConservativeHome's Tim...
Politics
17 March 2011
Last month, in my column in the magazine, I wrote:Have you been invited to Kate's and Wills's wedding at Westminster...
Politics
17 March 2011
Unions march on
Politics
11 March 2011
Lib Dem-baiting
Mehdi Hasan
04 March 2011
Perhaps the most clichéd line one comes across in the intersecting worlds of politics and journalism is that...
UK Politics
24 February 2011
Have you been invited to Kate's and Wills's wedding at Westminster Abbey on 29 April? No? I didn't think so. Nor have I...
Politics
23 February 2011
 

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