Rebecca Vincent / October 23, 2018
Politicians are right to express outrage over Khashoggi's death. But in some cases, their sudden eagerness for justice looks disingenuous
Hannah Storm / October 23, 2018
MPs have warned that sexual harassment is widespread in the UK. I wish I could shield my daughter from it—but in reality, I know I have to prepare her
James Garvey / October 23, 2018
The great philosopher had a pluralistic view and made puncturing scientific pretension into an art form. She spoke to Prospect a few weeks before her death, aged 99
Stephen Laws / October 23, 2018
Britain’s former first parliamentary counsel says MPs are not being side-lined despite the arguments about process
The promised £20bn is still nowhere near enough
Ciaran Thapar / October 22, 2018
You Make It helps unemployed young women of colour living in East London find employment—and a sense of self. But as cuts bite, its own future is under threat
The IMF is right to worry about problems ahead
Tom Clark / October 21, 2018
What exactly will MPs vote on? What changes if the government loses? And is there any guarantee that the vote will be “meaningful” at all? Your ultimate guide to a Very Important Moment in...
Britain is better off with one world city rather than none. But how much better would it be if we could nurture a couple more?