Vince Cable / June 24, 2017
Canada, France and Ireland prove there is an appetite for progressive politics—it's up to the Liberal Democrats to provide it here
With the success of her new film Wonder Woman, Patty Jenkins looks to have triple-kicked through the Hollywood’s glass ceiling. But are things really getting better for women who direct films, or...
Maya Goodfellow / June 23, 2017
The government are set to appeal the high court's ruling—even though they knew from the start the policy would cause serious harm to poor children
Siobhan Fenton / June 22, 2017
That the Tories are having trouble with their new "friends" won't come as a shock to anyone who follows Northern Irish politics
Peter Salisbury / June 22, 2017
He is now next in line to the throne, but over the past couple of years has gained a reputation as a high-stakes risk-taker. What would his reign look like?
Kenneth Armstrong / June 22, 2017
The UK could end up permanently caught in trade agreements that were only meant to be temporary
Isaac Delestre / June 22, 2017
It didn't matter whether a candidate supported "Leave" or "Remain"—what mattered was their party
Ismail Einashe / June 22, 2017
A writer, Erdoğan told Prospect the story of her arrest—and of her country’s frightening descent into authoritarianism
Tom Clark / June 22, 2017
Prospect editor Tom Clark on Election 2017—and how the writers in our new issue make sense of it
Robert Douglas-Fairhurst / June 22, 2017
The capital has always been a place of liberation for the gay community. But as the old haunts close down how long will that last?