Editorial

What to expect from our latest issue

By David Goodhart   156

You will notice a few changes to Prospect this month. The aim is to create a more elegant, reader-friendly magazine that confirms our place as one of the leading publishers of long-form current affairs journalism in Britain, but also enables us to widen our appeal. With the help of new investors, we intend to buck the recession and become bigger and better—bringing you a monthly package of the sharpest writing and most penetrating ideas about politics, culture and life. It’s a good time to raise our game. As Toby Mundy argues inside, despite the general ascendancy of tabloid values, recent…

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