Jonathan Derbyshire is Managing Editor of Prospect. He was formerly Culture Editor of the New Statesman.

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Culture
10 October 2011
On 20 September, Roy Harper appeared on the BBC's Later . . . With Jools Holland. Grizzled, solitary and with just his...
The Staggers
09 October 2011
Runners and riders
The Staggers
09 October 2011
The deputy leader of the Labour Party, Harriet Harman, appeared on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show this morning. Harman was...
The Staggers
09 October 2011
With the Prime Minister asking for the preliminary findings of an inquiry into Liam Fox's working relationship with...
Cultural Capital
08 October 2011
On 10 November 2009, the goalkeeper of the German national team, Robert Enke, stepped in front of a passenger train...
03 October 2011
On 27 September, the national fundraising charity the Art Fund threw a party at the Whitechapel Gallery in London. The...
International Politics
26 September 2011
In March, Charles G Koch, who, together with his brother David, owns most of the gargantuan US conglomerate Koch...
Politics
26 September 2011
Phillip Gould
26 September 2011
The signs and symptoms of Ireland's economic and fiscal crisis are hard to ignore. When I take a taxi from Dublin...
Books
26 September 2011
Your first book, Stasiland, was non-fiction. Did you always intend your second to be a novel?I started writing...
Ideas
26 September 2011
Dartington Hall, near Totnes in Devon, has a long association with left-of-centre thought and politics. Dorothy and...
UK Politics
22 September 2011
Age: 38Conservative, Penrith and The BorderOn 5 September, the Prime Minister rose in the House of Commons to make a...
Books
19 September 2011
Many of the best political diaries, including yours, have been written by backbenchers or low-ranking ministers. Why do...
Books
12 September 2011
Your new novel, The End of Everything, is set in the Midwest in the 1980s. In doing the research for it, you were...
Cultural Capital
11 September 2011
In Amy Waldman's novel "The Submission", the members of a jury convened to select a memorial to the victims...

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