The death of Prince Philip has prompted the nation to consider whether it's time to move to a more democratic way of choosing our head of state. Tom Clark argues that we need to reform the Crown— and correct the constitutional anomalies its existence throws up. Philip Coggan tells us why governments can't just keep on borrowing. Rebecca Liu visits Chinatown and uncovers the rich history of Chinese people in the UK. We debate whether meritocracy has had its day, and Jill Rutter tells us how to fix government sleaze. Plus: Sameer Rahimon the confusions of Edward Said.