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Latest issue: In the February issue of Prospect: Can the Tories win? asks journalist and Conservative activist Tim Montgomerie; governments should give up on taxing companies, argues economist Charles Dumas; Josh Lowe investigates how London’s schools improved so much in such a short time; is austerity right for Britain? Oliver Kamm and Simon Wren-Lewis battle it out; after the Charlie Hebdo attacks, Christine Ockrent, the former COO of France 24, asks if France is able to assimilate its Muslim population; science writer Philip Ball takes a look at Einstein’s theory of relativity a century after its conception; novelist Margaret Drabble tells us what she would do if she ruled the world; and more of the finest writing on politics, economics and culture.

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 monthly.

In the September 2014 trial issue of Prospect read Andrew Marr's account of power in Britain, Ukip's "blue collar" manifesto, the world's weirdest chef, Haruki Marukami's Japan, why the German economic model isn't working and the winners of the Think Tank of the Year Awards.

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