Deputy Political Editor (2012/13)
Hussein has written 28 articles for Nouse
Hussein Kesvani asks if we can really applaud Obama's sense of humour in light of his repeated failures to turn around his nation's defence record
Over the past two weeks, the government have drawn their electoral battleground in anticipation of next month's local elections. Hussein Kesvani looks at whether attacking the benefits culture really is the answer
With Iain Duncan Smith's claim that he could live on PS53.00 per week, Hussein Kesvani assesses what exactly this could mean for "shirkers" across the land
In the wake of David Miliband's resignation, Hussein Kesvani and Rohan Banerjee ask: what next for the Labour Party?
An acknowledgement that the press will not be allowed to abuse their privilege will assist in winning back public trust- something that all print media groups require to survive.
Far from the vibrant, radical groups of the sixties and seventies, campus feminism today seems to be better associated with issues surrounding well-being, student support and welfare.
With the success of UKIP in the Eastleigh by-election, is this a beginning of a new electoral force? Hussein Kesvani looks at what risks, if any, they pose to the main parties
A number of students in the Mathematics department have been forced to resit a module after a professor unknowingly revealed the problem sets prior to the exam.
Election night might be over but you can still catch up with the best bits from the night with our audio interviews. Hear what all the big names had to say before and after the results.