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
13 June 2012
Remember: first do no harm.
Mehdi Hasan
11 June 2012
I made the mistake of getting into a Twitter spat with my good friend Sunny Hundal yesterday, on the subject of Iran...
Mehdi Hasan
30 May 2012
Economist attacks austerity.
30 May 2012
A strange and murky story
30 May 2012
In person, Paul Krugman is short, shy and quiet. But the Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist isn...
Mehdi Hasan
30 May 2012
My column in tomorrow's magazine relates to the Baroness Warsi expenses row. To get a better understanding of the...
Mehdi Hasan
25 May 2012
A YouGov poll out today, and commissioned by the new trade-union-backed thinktank, Class, reveals that the British...
Religion
23 May 2012
Have you heard of the “Muslim Schindler” who risked his life to save Iranian Jews in Paris during the...
Mehdi Hasan
21 May 2012
Right-wing pundits' change of heart.
UK Politics
16 May 2012
The Labour leader lacks cheerleaders.
Mehdi Hasan
14 May 2012
  In her excellent report today on the 2,000 or so Palestinian hunger strikers, the Guardian's Jerusalem...
UK Politics
09 May 2012
"Osborne can try my pork dish"
Politics
09 May 2012
Animal cruelty or fear of Muslims?
Mehdi Hasan
05 May 2012
So Ken Livingstone lost. Depressing, eh? But perhaps not surprising. He had a bad press from start to finish (step...
02 May 2012
Cameron is the master of misjudgement.

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