EU referendum: a Yes won’t settle it—look at Enoch Powell
An interview with one of last century's most prominent anti-European campaigners has lessons for today's battle
In this month’s Prospect: in search of Great Britain
A look at our latest issue
General Election 2015: The Tories are still toxic
David Cameron has failed to convince voters that his party are committed to raising living standards
The women’s vote does not exist
It treats a huge bloc of people living very different lives as though they were a homogenous group
Immigration: David Cameron makes a bid for EU support
The Prime Minister made a good case for what would be a significant reform
Why exclude the Green party from the TV election debates?
The party is growing, but the broadcasters don't seem to have noticed
Conservative Party conference: David Cameron’s speech didn’t go far enough on Europe
Cameron gave a great performance, but he might not have done enough to appease the big Belgian elephant in the room
Scottish independence: Why isn’t ‘devo max’ on the ballot?
The electorate for the referendum could have been bigger, and there could have been more options on the ballot paper, so why weren't there?
PMQs: Ed Miliband didn’t hack Cameron off, but judge might
The PM won out in the chamber, but the world is bigger than Westminster
Iraq crisis: Britain must pick its battles with care
"To claim that Britain and the US left Iraq a better place in 2003 is delusional"
The Longitude Prize is a waste of time
Why ask the public to vote reality TV-style on what the biggest challenge we face in science is when we already know the answer?