Jessica Abrahams / February 20, 2020
A controversial Whitehall restructuring is happening by stealth
Emma Burnell / February 20, 2020
Love him or hate him, the Labour leadership contest needs to be about the party's...
Prospect Team / February 20, 2020
What are the social movements shaping the nation today?
Philippa Hetherington / February 20, 2020
The British right doesn't really want Australia's immigration system. In fact, it's the...
Eli Goldstone / February 20, 2020
The temerity of suggesting that my partner and I will be together here in this house long...
James Waddell / February 19, 2020
Why do people cleave so strongly to one side or another of this bibliographical culture...
She is one of England’s greatest novelists, but the author of Middlemarch also deserves...
How Angela Merkel became Europe's most popular leader—without Germany ever really...
Theresa May's former comms chief says it cannot; an ex-head of BBC Television News says...
Angus Deaton and Anne Case / January 27, 2020
Capitalism is killing less fortunate citizens. We will never understand how if we...
Andrew Dickson / January 25, 2020
The energy required to construct and run buildings is responsible for nearly 40 per cent...
The government now has power to swipe away inconvenient safeguards. Vigilance is required
Stephen Collins / January 29, 2020
Dan lives under oppression. Can you help him?
When someone just "gets" you
Can you best our enigmatologist?
Prospect Team / January 27, 2020
The Nobel Prize-winner on the most dangerous economic myth of all, climate change, and...
Why George Eliot is one of our greatest philosophers, Anne Case and Angus Deaton on what we get wrong about inequality—plus, can architects fight global warming?
A pint with Mr Wetherspoon, the wisdom of Clive James, inside the new arms race. Plus: Margaret Atwood on priceless presents, and the new ideas for 2020
Inside the choice facing voters this General Election—and why the commission that regulates our democracy is struggling to keep up. Plus: Clive James on Wittgenstein, and the real story of Corbynism
The Conservative Party has been captured by extremists and moderates are leaving. Gaby Hinsliff asks if those new homeless voters will swing the coming election. Amelia Gentleman says we could soon see “Windrush, the sequel.” Plus: philosopher Patricia Churchland on human consciousness