October 2012 issue of Prospect Magazine (#199)
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Will satnav kill the London cabbies’ Knowledge?
Why Iran imprisoned its leading HIV specialists
Want a loan? Forget banks—there’s a revolution in easy cash
But poor ratings for the government are not yet disastrous
David Cameron should override his chancellor—and the coalition
The Kremlin’s long-standing resident is heading for trouble
Scots should embrace independence, even at a price
A wave of nostalgia shows the meaning behind the moaning
Our welfare system undermines the value of hard work
Cabinet reshuffle headaches, the Mark Zuckerberg of central bankers and UKIP do comedy
There are 83m fake Facebook accounts Daily Mail, 2nd August 2012 The phrase...
No chancellor is liked; in a recession, they are loathed. As George Osborne has said...
Science and Technology
It is an attractive resource now, but in the long run?
There is a great earthquake belt that stretches from the Mediterranean through the Middle...
Arts & Books
Megalomaniac building is going out of style. The best new design reshapes the past to fit...
Jane Austen inspires vicious feuds among her hordes of admirers
The Tate has opened the world’s first ever museum space for performance art. Can...
Spanish golden age drama is more than a match for Shakespeare and co.
History dominates this selection, from the first attempts at international government to...
Knowledge, not strength, is the secret to skilful dismemberment