The only special relationship we ever really had was with the EU—what an appalling waste to have thrown it away
Jonathan Lis / July 12, 2019
Having torn up our partnership with equals, we are now entirely beholden to a volatile American nationalist
Stephen Wall / July 10, 2019
British Ambassadors have often sent candid, and not always flattering, assessments of US administrations. The next Prime Minister of this country ought to understand this
Legislation to allow same-sex marriage and abortion in Northern Ireland can be stopped if a new Assembly forms by October. But doing that would mean the DUP abandoning their opposition to another...
Every day over 170 evictions take place across the UK. A Lewisham credit union wants more areas to adopt their simple solution
For a new report with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, we listened to hard-pressed towns—their biggest frustration is that those in power do not
Lisa Nandy and Ben Bradley / July 9, 2019
Successive governments have neglected proud communities in Wigan and Mansfield. (This article features in “All about towns,” Prospect’s new report in partnership with the Joseph Rowntree...
The headline vote shares in the last general election masked a fractious reality. Now that reality has kicked in—with dramatic consequences for both the Conservatives and Labour
Between silent factories and struggling shops, there’s poverty and even hunger. But there’s also a steadfast community spirit which holds the key to turning this town around. Jennifer Williams's...
Danny Dorling / July 4, 2019
Ask yourself this: why do we care so little that we cannot even be bothered to analyse and interrogate our own mortality statistics properly?
Raphael Hogarth / July 3, 2019
The next PM could lose the confidence of the commons before he has even begun