Anand Menon / November 7, 2016
The procedural challenge of leaving the EU will be immense
The election may have been more decisive than predicted, but we still need to rewrite the rules
The Conservatives might have won decisively, but the future of the Union is still uncertain
Carwyn Jones / October 24, 2014
"The Prime Minister is getting bogged down in a farcical debate on “English Votes for English Laws”
Jim Gallagher / October 16, 2014
It’s time for the UK to give England more of a voice—and this is how to do it
Caroline Lucas / September 19, 2014
The Scottish people may have chosen to remain part of the Union, but people everywhere could have a newfound appetite for direct democracy. © Virginia Mayo/AP/Press Association Images We’ve...
It’s striking that those who have come top of Prospect’s poll to pick the World Thinker of 2014 have devoted their lives to questions of development. We don’t, I should say at the start, make...
Britain has gloried in being the world’s great exception—for too long?
Jonathan Derbyshire / January 23, 2014
The historian Linda Colley has devoted much of her career to thinking about national identity, and British national identity in particular. One of her previous books, "Britons: Forging the Nation...