Thanks to Brexit, Scotland now faces a far starker choice than it did in 2014
Jennifer Dixon / October 11, 2019
Ahead of a possible general election, what have the parties pledged and where do they fall short?
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...
Duncan Weldon / October 6, 2017
“We appear to be being offered Singapore-Upon-Thames or Stalingrad-Upon-Thames and we don’t really want either”
The symbolism of the PM’s address rang out: this is Britain, welcome to the shambles
Oliver Kamm / October 3, 2017
The foreign secretary’s address can only be interpreted as a last desperate pitch for the Tory leadership
When the global economy turns, Britain will pay the price for the dire state of its Brexit debate
Alex Dean / September 20, 2017
The Lib Dem MP and former energy secretary on the lies of the Brexiteers—and how he plans to expose them
Miranda Green / September 18, 2017
Opposing Brexit isn’t enough—the party must think more strategically about how to win back disenfranchised moderates