Transforming a whole transport network takes time. Politicians would do well to remember that
Finbarr Toesland / August 14, 2018
The conditions on San Domino were squalid and prison-like. Yet it was also one of the only places gay men could be open about their sexuality
Alex Dean / August 14, 2018
Bryan Sanderson advises the government on the minimum wage. He discussed the problem of enforcement and how Brexit could erode years’ worth of progress
Prospect will once again be putting on a series of discussions and debates at the party conferences to give delegates and parliamentarians the opportunity to debate some of the key issues affecting...
Selda Krasniqi / August 14, 2018
Austerity is bringing the justice system to its knees
Aarti Shankar / August 14, 2018
The thinking is that any deal can be unpicked at a later date. But does it work like that?
George Peretz / August 13, 2018
Trade remedies are the heavy artillery in a trade war. But will Britain have them in place by the time it leaves Europe?
Sameer Rahim / August 13, 2018
The Nobel Prize-winning British author invented post-colonial literature
Since Chequers the party has undergone something of a revival. The question is whether it will last