Articles by Alex Dean
There is no guarantee that the Labour leader will resign if his party loses
The MP for Clacton tells Prospect why he will not run for re-election
"When we are sealed off in 'information cocoons,' to use Sunstein’s phrase, our deliberative processes are stunted"
Alex Dean / March 21, 2017
Cable "wouldn't put the same emphasis" on the fight for a second EU referendum
Alex Dean / March 14, 2017
The great philosopher's final work is rigorous and lucid
Cash for the National Health Service—and new grammar schools
Alex Dean / March 6, 2017
Most academic philosophy today "is not worth my effort"
A Tribe Called Quest's comeback album reminds us how wholesome it once was
Alex Dean / February 9, 2017
He had "a duty" to sort the party out after its Autumn "disarray"
Alex Dean / January 30, 2017
The Bank of England and the Treasury "behaved disgracefully" during the referendum campaign