Louis Amis is writing a book about Donald Trump’s America. Alec Ash is a writer and editor living in Beijing. He is the author of Wish Lanterns: Young Lives in New China (Picador). Richard Cockett is British business editor of the Economist and author of Thinking the Unthinkable: Think-tanks and the Economic Counter-revolution, 1931-83 (Fontana). Nick Cohen is a columnist for the Observer and author of What’s Left? How the Left Lost its Way (HarperCollins). Tim Congdon is chairman of the Institute of International Monetary Research at the University of Buckingham. Michael Daley is director of the campaigning art website ArtWatch UK. Ruth Deech is a crossbench peer in the House of Lords and a former Principal of St Anne’s College, Oxford. She chaired the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, 1994-2002. Daisy Dunn is the author of In the Shadow of Vesuvius: A Life of Pliny, to be published by William Collins in May. Miriam Elia, our cover artist, is the author of the Dung Beetle Learning Guides, including We Go To The Gallery. Ashley Frawley is senior lecturer in sociology and social policy at Swansea University. Patrick Galbraith is Editor of Shooting Times and Country Magazine. Andrew Gimson is a contributing editor to the website ConservativeHome and author of Gimson’s Prime Ministers: From Walpole to May (Square Peg). Blanche Girouard is writer, oral historian and teacher. She is the author of Portobello Voices (The History Press). Dominic Green is Life and Arts Editor of Spectator USA. Miriam Gross was senior editor of Standpoint and is on its advisory board. She was formerly literary editor of the Sunday Telegraph and deputy literary editor of the Observer. Her memoir, An Almost English Life, is published by Short Books. Patrick Heren is a writer and energy consultant. Lisa Hilton is the author of Elizabeth: Renaissance Prince (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) and, as L.S. Hilton, the novels Maestra, Domina and Ultima (Zaffre). Daniel Johnson is the founding Editor of Standpoint and Editor of the new website TheArticle.com R .W. Johnson is a political scientist and writer. His most recent books are How Long Will South Africa Survive? (Hurst)
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