Cécile Guerin and Julia Ebner / April 25, 2019
The attacks in Christchurch and Sri Lanka have exposed a pernicious myth of a clash between civilisations—one that's fuelling extremism on all sides
Adam Tomkins / April 25, 2019
The first minister beats the independence drum but voters are fed up with constitutional wrangling
Prospect Team / April 24, 2019
“Once upon a time, contracts dissolved once you were dead… but big tech companies are holding the same terms of the contract in tact with the deceased person.” How has Facebook...
In the short term, the "Tiggers" will fail to gain support—and crucial media coverage—unless they stress their Remain stance. But longer-term success requires a different strategy entirely
Anna Cafolla / April 24, 2019
Amnesty and Reporters Without Borders have both highlighted the risk to journalists in Northern Ireland. After McKee's death, it's time politicians and press across the UK took the lives of its...
Philip Ball / April 24, 2019
The real issue raised is not about brain transplants or sci-fi fantasies of reanimation of corpses. It is about how we define life and death
The mechanics of reversing Brexit
Jason Murugesu / April 23, 2019
Eight per cent of the country is Asian—but Asian players make up only a tiny fraction of professional footballers. Twenty years after the FA first flagged the problem, why has so little changed?
Darran Anderson / April 23, 2019
Stop bragging that you haven't engaged with whatever TV show is popular right now—pop culture snobbery does no-one any favours
Anand Menon / April 22, 2019
There is no guarantee we would even be allowed to try it