Simon Heffer is a journalist, author and political commentator, who has worked for long stretches at the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail. He has written biographies of Thomas Carlyle, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Enoch Powell, and reviews and writes on politics for the New Statesman

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Culture
27 November 2014
Bicentenary books.
Politics
08 November 2014
25 years on.
Politics
26 September 2014
The Tory schism.
Cultural Capital
04 July 2014
A prolonged drama.
Cultural Capital
03 July 2014
Conflict not over.
Culture
30 January 2014
Banking on victory.
Culture
17 October 2013
Founding mothers.
UK Politics
10 May 2013
She stood not for Toryism, but for liberalism.
Books
14 March 2013
Phoneme baloney.
Books
31 January 2013
Sorry! The English and Their Manners Henry Hitchings John Murray, 400pp, £19.99 Perhaps it is as part of a...
Culture
15 November 2012
Destiny in the Desert: the Road to El Alamein – the Battle that Turned the Tide Jonathan Dimbleby Profile...
Books
13 September 2012
Britannia Unchained: Global Lessons for Growth and Prosperity Kwasi Kwarteng, Priti Patel, Dominic Raab, Chris...
Lifestyle
05 December 2011
Spot the dictatorThe ambition of part of a lifetime was attained when I read last week's New Statesman and saw that I...
UK Politics
26 February 2010
Cameron's gospel

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