Edena Klimenti / September 10, 2018
When my family came to Walthamstow, we thought we'd finally found a place we could stay forever. But a regeneration proposal in November 2015 changed everything
Technology is often viewed as a threat to jobs. But done right, it can liberate our time—and lead to new opportunities
Stephen Donnan-Dalzell / August 30, 2018
As a gay man in Northern Ireland, I am a second-class citizen in the most Unionist part of the United Kingdom
Alex Dean / August 18, 2018
Andrew Adonis and Will Hutton dig out the deeper causes of discontent
Finbarr Toesland / August 14, 2018
The conditions on San Domino were squalid and prison-like. Yet it was also one of the only places gay men could be open about their sexuality
Social media and the pressures of school work are blamed for a rise in self-harm in girls—but are we ignoring one of the biggest contributing factors: poverty?
Dylan Bhundia / August 10, 2018
Advocates of the scheme want to set up a "smart border." But we should be wary before handing over so much information to the government
Kyle Taylor / August 9, 2018
We must use this moment to think not only about what needs to be done to rectify wrongs of the past but to prepare for the democratic future we need
View the full shortlist here. This year's awards were presented at a ceremony in Mayfair, with speeches from David Lansman from Tata and Tom Clark, editor of Prospect. The winners North...
Is there one thing Johnson can look back at and say ‘yes, I did that’? Apart from allegedly driving French politicians "ballistic"?