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Prospect Magazine  |  April 2017  


In Prospect’s April issue: Ross McKibbin, John Curtice and Lisa Nandy examine the state of the Labour Party and question its survival at the next general election. McKibbin takes a long view and suggests that the party’s problems started long before Jeremy Corbyn, Curtice argues that breaking the party is unlikely to go as well as some may think and Nandy argues that tackling unaccountable power could help restore faith in the party. Nicholas Timmins says the NHS has always experienced financial crises so is this time any different? Lucy Wadham charts the rise of France’s Front National.

Also in this issue: Owen Hatherley explores Edinburgh’s architectural conundrum, Freya Johnston on Jane Austen and Avi Shlaim on the tragedy of Yitzhak Rabin—the last best hope for peace.

Prospect Magazine is dedicated to reporting on the current affairs that matter - raising the standards of news analysis - with each issue, providing cutting edge, balanced journalism that challenges all of everyone’s opinions.


Written by some of the sharpest minds around, Prospect delivers entertaining and informative debate, covering all of the key topics including politics, history, economics, philosophy, science, literature and the arts.


Prospect helps you to confront the big challenges facing our society with a balanced editorial from the perspective of different schools of thought.


Prospect is passionate about taking a contrarian approach to the news - believing in the big picture - and never taking anything at face value. What’s more, Prospect won’t just write what they think you want to read, it reports truthfully, with hard-hitting, honest articles, designed to open up debate and create a platform for free-thinking.


You might not agree with everything Prospect delivers - but you’re certain to be entertained and challenged. So if you believe in looking beyond the big headlines with sensible, open-minded debate, then Prospect is the magazine for you.  


 

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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Prospect Magazine April 2017.

Foreword Labour looks death in the eye Political parties can and do die. The Whigs of the 19th-century United States and the Progressive Conservative Party of 20thcentury Canada were once major forces; ...
If I ruled the world Deborah Levy If I ruled the world, all politicians, including presidents and prime ministers, would have to sign up for three years of rigorous psychoanalysis. In this way, the men and women who repr...
Letters & opinions letters@prospect-magazine.co.uk Changing minds Writing on the subject of Brexit (“Posturing behind ‘the people,’” March), Nick Cohen regrets that the people do not have the power of chang...
The May mirage The PM’s dominance might look total, but she could come unstuck Nick Cohen You don’t need opinion polls to tell you that Theresa May “can call a general election any day she chooses and win by ...
Turkey’s next coup Erdog˘an’s referendum is a bid for total power Elif Shafak Many governments can be criticised for courting dangerous nationalism these days, but few crush their citizens’ spirits like Turkey. T...
Rainbow nation, racist backstory Britain can’t face the future until it takes an unflinching look at its past © MARY EVANS PICTURE LIBRARY / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO Afua Hirsch Wembley, in north London, is one of the capital’s mo...
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Prospect Magazine   |   April 2017   


In Prospect’s April issue: Ross McKibbin, John Curtice and Lisa Nandy examine the state of the Labour Party and question its survival at the next general election. McKibbin takes a long view and suggests that the party’s problems started long before Jeremy Corbyn, Curtice argues that breaking the party is unlikely to go as well as some may think and Nandy argues that tackling unaccountable power could help restore faith in the party. Nicholas Timmins says the NHS has always experienced financial crises so is this time any different? Lucy Wadham charts the rise of France’s Front National.

Also in this issue: Owen Hatherley explores Edinburgh’s architectural conundrum, Freya Johnston on Jane Austen and Avi Shlaim on the tragedy of Yitzhak Rabin—the last best hope for peace.
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