Prospect Magazine

Archived since October 1995 Complete Archive

279 issues


Prospect has acquired a reputation as the most intelligent magazine of current affairs and cultural debate in Britain. Both challenging and entertaining, the magazine seeks to make complex ideas accessible and enjoyable by commissioning the best writers, editing them vigorously and packaging their work in a well designed and illustrated magazine.

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In Prospect’s July issue: Former Labour leader and Climate Change minister Ed Miliband explains why Britain needs a Green New Deal to rescue both the planet and the broken economy that is damaging it. Alice Bell, argues that we need to be stricter with the language that we use to describe the climate crisis.

Elsewhere in the issue: Angela Saini suggests that the work your doctor does may be warped by outdated ideas about race and medicine. Philip Collins profiles Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, and argues that he is the embodiment of his country’s new-found swagger. Hephzibah Anderson charts the demise of our high streets and argues that when the shops start to close, a part of the local community dies.

How to save the planet; medicine in black and white; captain India

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Prospect has acquired a reputation as the most intelligent magazine of current affairs and cultural debate in Britain. Both challenging and entertaining, the magazine seeks to make complex ideas accessible and enjoyable by commissioning the best writers, editing them vigorously and packaging their work in a well designed and illustrated magazine.

  • First Issue: October 1995
  • Latest Issue: July 2019
  • Issue Count: 279
  • Published: Monthly
  • ISSN: 2059-6731

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