Why has Northern Ireland closed down the organisation dedicated to investigating unsolved killings from the troubles
Edwina Currie / October 16, 2014
It would have been a fraught marriage; a shotgun held to both heads
Dominic Grieve / October 10, 2014
'The proposals represent a failure of ambition by the Conservative Party on the global promotion of human rights'
Daniel Wolf / October 3, 2014
The Chinese communist party has no idea how to deal with dissent while still embracing modernity
Jonathan Powell / October 2, 2014
Hypocrisy is forgivable, but refusing to learn from past experiences is not
Matthew Wolfson / September 26, 2014
A new book about the former President shows us what it felt like to live through the mid-1970s as an engaged, newspaper-reading American
Jay Elwes / September 26, 2014
While the result will be known shortly after five, it’s a foregone conclusion. Lots of very careful choreography has gone on here and the motion doctored to suit precisely what all parties will...
Brenda Kutchinsky / September 23, 2014
"I can almost imagine what it feels like to be Scotland’s only Tory MP"
Prospect's coverage from the day of the Referendum result
David Goodhart / September 19, 2014
What does the narrow victory for preserving the Union tell us about the shifting forms of national identity in modern Britain?