Asa Bennett / May 24, 2019
May has announced her resignation. But who will replace her?
The forces of nationalism are on the rise around the world. They could carry a demagogue to Downing Street
Stephanie Boland / May 3, 2019
The rise of independent candidates isn't just about the main parties' Brexit failures. It's an important reminder that people care about their communities
How will the indicative votes work? What are the proposed amendments? And what happens if there's (still) no clear outcome? We explain all...
Tom Clark / January 30, 2019
The ground rules have been rewritten, so all sides of the spectrum can feel frustrated at once
Jane Merrick / October 1, 2018
Both Labour and the Conservatives have a long way to go. Why is the issue dragging on?
Traditionally their great strength, the ability to adapt has deserted the Tories altogether
Prospect will once again be putting on a series of discussions and debates at the party conferences to give delegates and parliamentarians the opportunity to debate some of the key issues affecting...
Raab's past pronouncements send a troubling message about the kind of Brexit he’ll be bringing home from Brussels’ negotiating rooms
Mark Prisk / April 20, 2018
A senior Conservative gives a sober assessment of Britain's post-Brexit trade prospects