Prospect was launched in October 1995 by Editor David Goodhart, who was a senior writer for the Financial Times magazine. His aim was to launch a monthly that was 'more readable than the Economist, more relevant than the Spectator and more romantic than the New Statesman', as Sir Jeremy Isaacs later described it. Prospect magazine contains features on the best latest current affairs and cultural debates in Britain.
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Prospect magazine is an interesting read; it tells the readers everything that is going on in Britain at the moment as well as major events happening abroad. This magazine will cover the latest headlines and controversial topics that are dividing politicians and the general public. From political scandals to the latest economic crisis, Prospect magazine will bring it to you straight and provide you with some interesting food for thought.
Prospect magazine is split up into a number of different sections such as the Opinion section which gives writers a platform to get their point across as well as sections on World News, Science and Technology and the Arts. The magazine likes to take a broad look at every aspect of today’s modern culture.
We liked the variety of different features on offer in Prospect magazine and we also liked the refreshing honest and frank opinions expressed by the contributors to the magazine. The writers certainly don’t mince their words and they just prefer to give it to you straight. The features are on the important topics of the day and definitely won’t contain any celebrity tales or ridiculous speculation into the private lives of the rich and famous, it instead prefers to look at the facts and give opinions on what is going on in the areas that really matter to everyone living in the UK today.