Christopher Caldwell is a senior editor at the Weekly Standard and a columnist for the Financial Times. His book Reflections on the Revolution in Europe was published by Doubleday in 2009. Read more
Matthew Carr (1953-2011) was a figurative artist. A memorial exhibition was recently held at Marlborough Fine Art. Read more

David Cesarani is Research Professor in History at Royal Holloway, University of London. His latest book is Major Farran's Hat. Murder, Scandal and Britain's War against Jewish Terrorism, 1945-1948.

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Lesley Chamberlain writes fiction and histories of ideas. Her novel Anyone's Game was published in 2012, and A Shoe Story: Van Gogh, The Philosophers and the West will be published by Harbour Books this year.

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Alexander Chancellor is a Guardian columnist. He was formerly Editor of the Spectator, and spent a year working as an editor at The New Yorker.

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Robert Chandler is a poet and translator of the works of Vasily Grossman and Andrey Platanov.

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Jessie Childs is a biographer and historian, and the author of Henry VIII's Last Victim: The Life and Times of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey.

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James Clasper is a former New York City lawyer, and is now a freelance writer and editor based in London. He has written for the Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, and the Liberal.

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Alan Cochrane is the Scottish Editor of the Daily Telegraph. Read more

Alice Cockerell is a freelance journalist.

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Michael Cockerell is a political documentary-maker. His most recent film for the BBC was The Secret World of Whitehall. Read more

Nick Cohen is a columnist for the Observer and author of You Can't Read This Book: Censorship in an Age of Freedom (Fourth Estate) and What's Left? How The Left Lost Its Way (Harper Perennial). Living With Lies, a collection of his writing for Standpoint, is available as an ebook. 

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Richard Cohen is an author and book editor, and a visiting professor of Creative Writing at Kingston University. His book Chasing The Sun is published by Simon and Schuster. Read more
Bruce Cole, a former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC. Read more
Paul Collier is Professor of Economics at Oxford University. His latest book, The Plundered Planet: How to Reconcile Prosperity with Nature, was published in 2010 by Allen Lane. Read more

Tim Congdon is director of the Institute of International Monetary Research at the University of Buckingham. He is the author of an annual study for UKIP, How much does the European Union cost?, and his Privatise The BBC, a Standpoint ebook, was published in October 2014.

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Robert Conquest is a historian, poet and political philosopher. He was described at the final plenum of the Soviet Communist Party as ‘anti-Sovietchik No. 1', and is the author of the classic work The Great Terror.

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John Constable is the Director of Policy and Research for the Renewable Energy Foundation (REF), a charity publishing data and analysis on the UK energy sector.

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David Conway teaches philosophy at the University of Essex.

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Michael Coren is a broadcaster and journalist in Canada. His next book is Epiphany: A Christian’s Change of Heart & Mind over Same-Sex Marriage (Random House).
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John Cottingham is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Reading and an Honorary Fellow of St John's College, Oxford. His recent books include On the Meaning of Life, The Spiritual Dimension and Cartesian Reflections.

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Con Coughlin is the Daily Telegraph's executive foreign editor. He is an expert on the Middle East and Islamic terrorism, and the author of Khomeini's Ghost: The Iranian Revolution and the Rise of Militant Islam. His latest book is Churchill's First War: Young Winston and the Fight Against the Taliban (Macmillan).

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Hugh Curtiss was a monk for several years in the 1960s and '70s before leaving to be a farm labourer. He is now a spiritual and business consultant.

 

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