Articles by Ben Rogers
How should the state treat social tenants on higher incomes?
The shoddy quality of many British new-build houses is a disgrace—but one that has begun to be addressed. Now, cuts and a loosening of regulations could make things worse
A new vetting scheme for adults who work with children is too draconian and almost certain to be counter-productive. An example of government getting too big for its boots?
Taylor may be the most important philosopher writing in English today. He is drawn to big issues like the evolution of the modern self, and his latest book defends religion from its critics
The Canadian philosopher talks to Prospect about religion, multiculturalism and the future of the left
The government is asking schools to do a lot more than simply educate our children—but schools are not the answer to every social need
Belief in voting as a duty has withered. The time has come for compulsory turnout
A "tell-all" biography of the liberal reformer and legal theorist HLA Hart sheds light on the flowering of Oxford philosophy from the 1930s to the 1970s