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Dinesh D'Souza was the President of the King's College in New York City until October 2012. He is the author of The Roots of Obama's Rage (Regnery). Read more
Stephen Daisley is a freelance writer and critic. He blogs as The Eclectic Partisan. Read more
Theodore Dalrymple (Anthony Daniels) has worked for many years as a prison doctor. His books, include In Praise of Prejudice: The Necessity of Preconceived Ideas and The Pleasure of Thinking: A Journey Through the Sideways Leaps of Ideas. Read more

Anthony Daniels worked for many years as a prison doctor. His books, as Theodore Dalrymple, include In Praise of Prejudice: The Necessity of Preconceived Ideas.

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The author Anthony Daniels and the antiquarian bookseller Christopher Edwards write about the joys of browsing second-hand bookshops, and what life is like selling antiquarian books.  

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Max Davidson is a critic, novelist and travel writer. He writes mainly for the Daily Telegraph and has been, at various times, a TV critic, restaurant critic and parliamentary sketch-writer.

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Dr Christie Davies is the author of The Mirth of Nations, co-author of Esuniku Joku and author of the academic study of humour, Jokes and Targets. He also wrote the collection of humorous magical science fiction stories Dewi the Dragon.

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Jan Davies is the author of The Criminal Advocate's Survival Guide.

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Francis Davis is a Fellow of Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, and has advised the Labour and Coalition governments. Read more
Tamasin Day-Lewis writes a weekly food column for the Daily Telegraph. Her latest book is a memoir, Where Shall We Go For Dinner? Read more

Alain de Botton is a writer and philosopher. He is the author of A Song for Occupations, The Architecture of Happiness, and How Proust Can Change your Life. He wrote a monthly column, Utopia, for Standpoint until the end of 2008.

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Nicholas de Lange is Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Jewish Studies in the University of Cambridge. Read more
Leon de Winter is a novelist and columnist for De Telegraaf and Elsevier Magazine in The Netherlands. His most recent novel, The Right of Return, is set in Tel Aviv in 2024. Read more

Midge Decter's work has appeared in numerous magazines, among them Commentary and National Review. She is the author of several books, the most recent of which is Rumsfeld, A Personal Portrait.

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James Delingpole writes for the Times, the Daily Telegraph, and the Spectator. His most recent book is Watermelons: How the Environmentalists are Killing the Planet, Destroying the Economy and Stealing your Children's Future.


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Mara Delius is a writer and editor for the culture section of Die Welt. She has a doctorate in German Literature from King's College, London, and lives in Berlin.

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Eleanor Doughty is a freelance writer and diarist. Read more
Jessica Douglas-Home is an author and artist. Her third book, Glimpse of Empire (Michael Russell), is out now in hardback. Read more

Jessica Duchen is a music journalist and the author of four novels, two biographies and several stage works. She writes regularly for The Independent and BBC Music Magazine. Her latest novel, Songs of Triumphant Love, is published by Hodder.

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Ruth Dudley Edwards is a historian, crime-writer and journalist.  Killing the Emperors, a satire on conceptual art, will be published in November by Allison and Busby.  Read more
Eamon Duffy is Professor of History at Cambridge and fellow of Magdalene College. His latest book is Fires of Faith: Catholic England under Mary Tudor (Yale). Read more

Daisy Dunn is a critic and doctor of Classics. Her first book, on Roman history, will be published next year by William Collins.

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