The best theatre in December 2019—Spassky vs Fischer at Hampstead Theatre and the Duchess of Malfi at the Almeida
Michael Coveney / November 13, 2019
Plus Gypsy at the Royal Exchange
Miranda France / November 13, 2019
Two books on the Me Too movement show how systematic misogyny grows
Christopher Grey / November 13, 2019
This is a scenario as likely as any other
I've written several novels about athletes—writing about winning and losing is the most...
The novelists' hyperbole is unintentionally funny
Former Brexit department chief: “The chances of a second Scottish independence referendum have certainly gone up”
Alex Dean / November 13, 2019
Philip Rycroft worries that EU exit puts the integrity of the UK at risk
Loach’s films about poverty in modern Britain are the most powerful of his career. Now...
Steve Bloomfield / November 12, 2019
What happens if we stop trusting elections? As accusations of bias abound—and concerns...
As Britain goes to the polls, the Belgians are turning to randomly-chosen...
Roderick Floud / November 10, 2019
Gardening isn’t just a relaxing pastime—it’s a hugely profitable industry with a...
Daniel Howden / November 9, 2019
A huge experiment is underway in reversing migration and thousands of Nigerians represent...
Brenda Hale / November 12, 2019
The Supreme Court President talks sovereignty, sexism and the best present she's ever...
Tom Clark / November 12, 2019
What might the election mean for corporation tax rates—and how do we compare with other...
Paul Wallace and Deven Ghelani / November 12, 2019
A flawed system with great potential—or a replacement benefits service that isn't fit...
Hannah Berry / November 4, 2019
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
Britain has spent three years refusing to face up to Brexit reality—in a new exclusive essay, Peter Foster goes behind the scenes of the fiasco. Plus: Wendell Steavenson on HS2 and Prospect's 2019 Top Thinkers revealed.