Jessica Abrahams / November 26, 2014
Tzipi Livni, who voted against the bill, is interviewed at a press conference in 2009. Photo © Itzik Edri Next week, the Israeli parliament will vote on legislation that would define the country's...
Tristam Hunt's plans for private schools, America's race relations crisis, what Ukippers want
This year's Reith Lecturer, Atul Gawande © Tim Llewellyn This year's BBC Reith Lecturer is the American writer and surgeon Atul Gawande. Gawande, who works at Brigham and Women's Hospital in...
Jonathan Derbyshire / November 24, 2014
Families, argue Harry Brighouse and Adam Swift in their new book "Family Values", are a "problem" for proponents of the egalitarian ideal. "One does not have to favour anything as far-fetched and...
Josh Lowe / November 21, 2014
The influential backbencher says the party is best when it is positive
Peter Kellner / November 21, 2014
The party's new MP may not have secured a sufficiently large majority
Emran Mian / November 21, 2014
The debate next week will be dominated by economic forecasts, but here are some crucial other points to look out for
Josh Lowe / November 20, 2014
What can the Tories learn from their by-election campaign?
Prospect Team / November 19, 2014
Insights, advice and opinion from a Prospect roundtable discussion featuring former GCHQ director Sir David Omand