Hugh Alderwick / November 22, 2019
The party promises much-needed funds but do its plans raise the spectre of another reorganisation?
Peter Kellner / November 22, 2019
The debate over Jo Swinson’s tactics relies on an assumption that is incorrect
Jonathan Lis / November 22, 2019
Corbyn’s plans are certainly eye-catching but Johnson’s are straightforwardly destructive
Steve Bloomfield / November 21, 2019
The Liberal Democrats' foreign policy proposals are vague, patchy—and oddly familiar...
Prospect Team / November 21, 2019
Why the British are foreigners to their own history
Theo Bertram / November 20, 2019
It was a rumbustious political knockabout but neither man came out clearly on top
Tola Onanuga / November 20, 2019
At a time when research shows social media users struggle to distinguish between fake and real information, stunts like the "FactcheckUK" rebrand are nothing less than irresponsible
Emma Burnell / November 20, 2019
Johnson says that the process will be over and done with in just a year. But if that's the case, why won't he discuss what comes next?
Tom Clark / November 20, 2019
Televising national sporting events like football and cricket is what economists would call a "public good"
Rachel Sylvester / November 19, 2019
Unlike the Labour leader, the PM has no potential coalition partners left
More from Prospect
Peter Tatchell / August 14, 2017