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Prospect Magazine  |  November 2019  


In Prospect's November issue: A hard Brexit fringe has seized control of the Conservative Party, driving out colleagues who stood in their way. Millions of voters in search of "sensible" policies are left not knowing who to vote for. Could they swing the coming election? Gaby Hinsliff investigates.

Elsewhere in the issue: Amelia Gentleman asks whether the Windrush scandal will be repeated with EU nationals after Brexit. Arron Merat profiles Qasim Soleimani, Iran's ruthless military leader and the man the west would do well to understand as tensions in the region rise. Jessica Brown visits Billingsgate Fish Market, soon to move to Essex, and examines how hundreds of years of history will be lost in the capital.

Also: Chris Mullin on Laos—the world's most bombed country; Julian Baggini interviews philosopher Patricia Churchland and Cathy Rentzenbrink reviews The Testaments, Margaret Atwood's follow-up to The Handmaid's Tale.
The leading magazine of ideas, current affairs and culture

Prospect has established itself as the must-read title for those with a keen interest in politics, economics, history, philosophy, science, literature and the arts.

Prospect’s depth sets it apart. Each issue brings together the sharpest minds on the events and ideas that define the modern world. What results is an entertaining, informative and open-minded magazine that mixes compelling argument and clear headed analysis with elegance and vitality in design.

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- The big ideas that are shaping our world
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- A wide range of opinions, to challenge your own

Prospect delivers cutting-edge and contrarian argument in-depth and in advance from voices including Mikhail Gorbachev, Will Self and Joseph Stiglitz. You may not always agree—but we will promote great debate and challenge current thinking.

"Political writing for grown-ups, well beyond the party political playpen... Europe's outstanding political and cultural monthly"

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"Prospect is simply the best of its kind: provocative yet detached; thoughtful, and elegantly written. An important read without being self-important"

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Below is a selection of articles in Prospect Magazine November 2019.

Flight of the moderates Tom Clark Regarding oneself as apolitical is itself a political position, and in Britain it’s very often been a winning one, too. “I’d vote for anything that was broadly sensible” explai...
Letters Risk of contagion Peter Foster’s excellent essay (“How the deal died,” October) makes for very saddening reading. Brexit is a story of permanent misunderstanding of the European project...
A constitution in crisis? No—it is working just as it should Adam Tomkins There is no constitutional crisis in the United Kingdom. There would be had the constitution broken down but, thus far, it is rising to all the challenges Brexit has thrown ...
If you broke the economy, you won’t fix it Ann Pettifor I have been making speeches about rentier capitalism for years. Each time I use the word “rentier” in public, I encounter puzzled looks. Like the term “usury,” it has conven...
The unvarnished truth about Greta, autism and me Lizzie Huxley-Jones As the world listens to the Swedish teenage climate activist, Greta Thunberg, autistic people can hear something else too: a discussion about us, and one in which few...
Yearning for Kashmir Iqbal Ahmed I had planned to travel from London to Kashmir in August to celebrate Eid-ul Adha with my parents. Two months earlier, I booked my tickets to fly to its largest city Srinagar...
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Prospect Magazine   |   November 2019   


In Prospect's November issue: A hard Brexit fringe has seized control of the Conservative Party, driving out colleagues who stood in their way. Millions of voters in search of "sensible" policies are left not knowing who to vote for. Could they swing the coming election? Gaby Hinsliff investigates.

Elsewhere in the issue: Amelia Gentleman asks whether the Windrush scandal will be repeated with EU nationals after Brexit. Arron Merat profiles Qasim Soleimani, Iran's ruthless military leader and the man the west would do well to understand as tensions in the region rise. Jessica Brown visits Billingsgate Fish Market, soon to move to Essex, and examines how hundreds of years of history will be lost in the capital.

Also: Chris Mullin on Laos—the world's most bombed country; Julian Baggini interviews philosopher Patricia Churchland and Cathy Rentzenbrink reviews The Testaments, Margaret Atwood's follow-up to The Handmaid's Tale.
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