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Prospect Magazine  |  September 2016  


In Prospect’s September issue: Paul Johnson argues that there is no getting away from the fact our economic prospects have got worse post-Brexit. Paul Wallace attempts to outline how the government will try and deal with that situation, while Nicolas Véron suggests that The City of London will decline outside the European Union. On a brighter note, Clive James explores what we can learn from the television show Mad Men.

Also in this issue: Patience Wheatcroft, the Conservative peer, suggests that Brexit might not be a done deal with a rebellion in the Lords possible. Thomas Chatterton Williams explores the work and Beyoncé and argues that black artists are failing to say anything profound and James Dyson outlines how he would rule the world.
The leading magazine of ideas, current affairs and culture

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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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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Prospect Magazine September 2016.

Time for a new plan Foreword Britain has had a change of prime minister and a change of government—and now it needs a change of plan. The pre-Brexit targets developed by George Osborne are now irrelevant. His successor ...
If I ruled the world Post-Brexit, universities should receive more money If I ruled the world, I would create a society that would revere creativity at all levels. Not just children experimenting at school but right the ...
Prospect recommends Things to do this month Art You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels, 1966-70 Victoria and Albert Museum, 10th September to 26th February In another of its magisterial surveys of pivotal cult...
Prospect events Prospect Book Club The ProspectBook Club meets every third Monday evening of the month at 6.30pm at 2 Queen Anne’s Gate, London, SW1H 9AA. For more infomation please email events@prospect-magazine.c...
Letters letters@prospectmagazine.co.uk Labour’s troubles I think Rachel Sylvester will be proved wrong on the shape of the new party system (“Welcome to New Britain,” August). The Labour Party will not split...
In fact In the US, there have been 1,516,863 gun-related deaths since 1968, compared to 1,396,733 cumulative war deaths since the American Revolution. politifact.com, 27th August 2015 In the first quarter of...

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