Peter Kellner / November 14, 2018
The Commons arithmetic could prove insurmountable
It’s fair to say that Brexit isn’t going as anyone had hoped. If you don't believe...
Wendy Ide / November 14, 2018
Plus Boot Riley's Sorry to Bother You
How we vote increasingly depends not on class but ethnicity. To stop us going down this...
Nesrine Malik / November 14, 2018
As long as certain groups face marginalisation because of who they are, identity will be...
Andy McNab says yes, Mark Kurlansky says no
Martin Rees / November 13, 2018
Britain's most eminent astronomer confronts the question of whether there will ever be an...
Tim Martin / November 12, 2018
From the runaway success of Fortnite to thoughtful creations like Papers, please, video...
Britain's just one corner of a European crisis in which opportunity still lurks
David Allen Green / November 9, 2018
There's still time to do Brexit right. This is how
Tom Clark / November 9, 2018
Despite anxiety, MPs will be able to make their voices heard on Brexit without pushing...
Britain is better off with one world city rather than none. But how much better would it...
As smartphone functionality has increased, so has the time we spend on them
Prospect Team / October 17, 2018
The author and writer of The Unpunished Vice: A Life of Reading responds to Prospect's...
Paul Collier argues that an overhaul of capitalism is needed to solve regional inequality. Plus: the woman who voted in 1868, why the Foreign Office isn't ready for Brexit, and the 23-year-old setting out to change Pakistan
How one website is poisoning our political discourse. Plus: Will Self on liberalism, the truth about Oxford admissions, and the real John McDonnell
Donald MacIntyre reports from the West Bank on how the two-state solution is dying, while Avraham Burg proposes a bold one-state solution. Plus: a new Life section and remembering VS Naipaul