Mishal Husain

The host of the BBC Radio 4 Today programme was quick to point out a major flaw in the new railway plans.
The foreign secretary admitted "with hindsight" he should not have gone on holiday.
"Pitiful" NHS pay offer could chill the national mood after the chancellor’s warm words.
The home secretary effectively criminalised two families having a chat in the street, but suggested hosting a birthday party on a grouse shoot was fine.
In a tense exchange, the arch Brexiteer defended his use of quotes from Germany's AfD party.
The broadcaster revealed in July that just a third of its top earners are women.
Female BBC employees around the world are using Equal Pay Day to demand that bosses end the gender pay gap, months after
Among those sharing the statement were Newsnight’s Wark, Radio 4 Today presenter Husain and sports presenter Clare Balding
Astute Radio 4 listeners may have picked up on a rather awkward moment on Thursday’s Today programme as presenters discussed
'Does that mean you’re going to be asking the men to take a pay cut?'
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The breakdown of top talent is likely to include presenters such as Gary Lineker, Graham Norton, and Fiona Bruce, and is
The UK General Election 2017 results have been coming in from 11pm on Thursday evening, and continue into the early morning
There are moments in family life when time seems to stand still, and for me, one of those came in the spring of 2013, when my father Tazi revealed to my mother, my brother and myself that he had been diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. New drugs are now coming through and one of them has made an immense difference to my father's quality of life over the last year... Every moment that abiraterone continues to work is a blessing. It has helped him maintain his professional life and continue doing the things he enjoys - so much so that at times I almost forget he has cancer, let alone one that has spread and is at an advanced stage.
The BBC sent its senior journalists on a course designed to stamp out "unconscious bias" against ethnic minorities, in a