Prospect (magazine)

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Prospect (magazine) was launched by its editor David Goodhart in October 1995. It is part of [Prospect Publishing Limited].[1]

Intelligence contacts

David Goodhart admitted to journalist Solomon Hughes that he had met with intelligence officials a number of times:

John Scarlett Junior, son of MI6 boss John Scarlett, worked as an intern at Prospect in late 2007. Goodhart told me: ‘There was no connection with his father over his appointment.’ However, Goodhart said that ‘I did subsequently meet his father at a seminar and he thanked me for giving his son some useful experience.’
Goodhart also told me about ‘meeting security service people at a couple of seminars’ and ‘one dinner’. Goodhart downplayed these meetings with MI5 officials, but added, ‘Yes I support the security services, don't you?’[2]


Editorial Staff

Publishing Staff

Contributing Editors

Philip Ball | Barry Cox | Anthony Dworkin | Catherine Fieschi | Jonathan Ford | Dean Godson | AC Grayling | David Herman | Robert Jackson | Josef Joffe | Anatole Kaletsky | Philippe Legrain | Michael Lind | John Lloyd | Jean McCrindle | Oliver Morton | Toby Mundy | Kamran Nazeer | Jonathan Power | Ayanna Prevatt-Goldstein | Katharine Quarmby | Alex Renton | Ben Rogers | Erik Tarloff[5]


External Resources


  1. About, Prospect, accessed 22 February 2010.
  2. Solomon Hughes, Whose Prospect? (pdf), Lobster 58, Winter 2009/10, p.85.
  3. Staff, Prospect, accessed 22 February 2010.
  4. Staff, Prospect, accessed 22 February 2010.
  5. Staff, Prospect, accessed 22 February 2010.