"It was like a rite of passage—one that got me thinking about relationships between languages, about how they evolve, change and borrow from each other"
Whoever slipped the copy of that book to me at Nelson Thomlinson Grammar School that summer set me on a path
Finding the book again reminded me of the sheer joy of curiosity, adventure and discovery
Plus The Hunt for Jihadi John on Channel 4
Plus We Have Ways of Making you Talk with Al Murrary and James Holland
Prospect Team / May 8, 2019
In the past 100 years, a total of 491 women have been elected to Parliament. We talk to Rachel Reeves, Labour MP for Leeds West about her new book, “Women of Westminster: The MPs Who Changed...
"I hadn’t realised you could write a novel as if it were an imaginary diary. I’ve used this device many times in my own books"
"Imposed Citizenship": how Brexit is already quietly affecting the rights of Northern Ireland's Irish citizens
Stephen Donnan / May 8, 2019
The government aren't keen to shout about it, but Emma de Souza's case has already been seen as a constitutional test of the Good Friday Agreement. And that's only the start
Exclusive polling: majority of Britons want an MP who "puts Britain first"—even if minorities lose out
Tom Clark / May 8, 2019
Exclusive polling for Prospect magazine shows Britons may back a leader who is willing to offend allies in pursuit of national interests
The nature writer canters over philosophy, history, and science in a genre-bending discussion of the earth's subterrane