Brigid Fowler / May 22, 2020
The installation of its preferred chair at the head of the most senior select committee represents poor governance
Sean Molloy / April 28, 2020
Is this kind of provision an adequate safeguard against the normalisation of emergency powers?
David Beer / April 27, 2020
The popularity of Amazon's Ring doorbell doesn't just expose our collective sense of vulnerability. It shows that "surveillance capitalism" has already been normalised
The awards are back! Deadline extension: in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the new deadline for entries is 30th June We’re delighted to once again be recognising the hard work of think tanks...
Shadowing the PM brings prominence, but mostly not power. To reach No 10, Labour must pick a leader who can do one thing above all else: teach
Phoebe Arslanagic-Wakefield / January 14, 2020
It's not just lower salaries that place many women at a financial disadvantage. Women are less likely to make sound investments with the money they have—and the problem starts in childhood
Tom Sasse / January 9, 2020
The Conservative manifesto skirted the issue, but with a huge majority and the UK hosting the next world climate summit, the PM should act boldly
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Prospect Team / December 13, 2019
"The United Kingdom is torn by intense centrifugal forces."
Prospect Team / December 12, 2019
Is it a rewards-based social system that works, or a sinister trap?