Prospect Team / January 21, 2020
The Birmingham Yardley MP and Labour leadership candidate answers Prospect's quickfire questions—from her biggest regret to what she's changed her mind about in politics
Chaminda Jayanetti / January 20, 2020
It is entirely right that those battered by faceless administrators are represented and fought for. But there are practical issues that even the best of intentions cannot overcome
Accused by critics of political activism, the UK Supreme Court is under more pressure than ever before, raising the question: what should the umpire in a democracy look like?
Maya Goodfellow / January 17, 2020
The media focus on whether individual figures have experienced racism is a way of obscuring the uncomfortable truth about how inequality works
Simon Lancaster / January 17, 2020
Careful phrasing can lead people to support particular policies, invest in particular companies or even back foreign wars. What is the PM trying to achieve with his latest slogan?
Social mobility touches on deeply personal issues of self-understanding, authenticity and identity that policy alone can't address. I would know—I've lived it
Jess Sargeant / January 16, 2020
The arrangement is designed to keep the Irish land border open—but details of how it will work remain up in the air
Jonathan Lis / January 16, 2020
Labour has five years to reflect on why it lost but it won’t stand a chance in 2024 unless it picks a credible leader now
Kirsty Hughes / January 16, 2020
Politicians, especially progressives, must recognise a nation’s right to choose