Articles by Tom Clark
Tom Clark / March 16, 2017
Political parties can and do die. The Whigs of the 19th-century United States and the Progressive Conservative Party of 20th-century Canada were once major forces; today they are no more. Once-mighty...
The seventh edition of Prospect's monthly podcast
Tom Clark / February 16, 2017
In February, the Speaker of the House of Commons, did something that Speakers never do: he spoke up. With a flourish that recalled Hugh Grant’s Downing Street outburst against a bullying American...
The sixth edition of Prospect's monthly podcast
Tom Clark / January 19, 2017
An elitist assault on people power is on the way. It must be resisted
The monthly podcast in which Prospect asks contributors: "What's the big idea?"
The ballot box is under pressure in many parts of the world, as two new books attest. After the electoral shocks of 2016, stand by for a new intellectual assault
The fifth edition of Prospect's monthly podcast
Tom Clark / January 3, 2017
The great economist, who has died aged 72, refused to swallow orthodoxies
Tom Clark / December 15, 2016
Our Editor Tom Clark on this electric shock of a year—and what comes next