The awards are back! We’re delighted to once again be recognising the hard work of think tanks from across the world. 2020 will see a few changes to this year’s awards, including some new...
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?
Should works of art be bought and sold like potatoes? Or are they, like the best presents, items on which no real price can be placed?
Steve Bloomfield / December 10, 2019
A lot of the fear about the rise of the far-right has been about those individuals and their parties gaining power. But that's not the full picture
Katharine Birbalsingh / December 9, 2019
As we move into a new decade, we must be clear-eyed about the risks young people face—and get them off their smartphones