EDITOR'S CHOICE

Nicholas Garland studied painting at The Slade. He was until recently the Daily Telegraph's political cartoonist.

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Martin Gayford is a writer and art critic. His latest book, Man with a Blue Scarf, is published by Thames and Hudson. Read more
Joshua Gelernter is a columnist for National Review Online and a regular contributor to the Weekly Standard and the Jerusalem Post. Read more

David Gentleman is a leading artist, designer and print-maker.

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Marina Gerner is a freelance writer. Her PhD at the London School of Economics is on cosmopolitanism Read more

Sir Martin Gilbert is the author of many books, including Israel: A History, and Churchill and the Jews. His Atlas of the Arab-Israel Conflict is now in its ninth edition. In June 2009, he was appointed a member of the Iraq War inquiry.

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Andrew Gimson contributes to ConservativeHome and is the author of Boris: The Rise of Boris Johnson (Simon and Schuster). He is writing a book about the kings and queens of England. Read more
Sally Gimson is a Labour councillor for Highgate in Camden. Read more

Victoria Glendinning is a biographer and novelist. Among her biographies is Jonathan Swift, and Leonard Woolf and she is the author of Love's Civil War, an edition of the love-letters and diaries of Elizabeth Bowen and Charles Ritchie.

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Edward Bernard Glick is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, USA.

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Stephen Glover is a founder of the Independent and former editor of the Independent on Sunday. He is now a columnist for the Daily Mail and the Oldie.

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Richard Godwin is a columnist for the London Evening Standard, where he is also deputy arts editor. Read more

Jonah Goldberg is a columnist for the Los Angeles Times and contributing editor to National Review. A former columnist for The Times, he has also written for The New Yorker, USA Today, Commentary, and the Wall Street Journal.

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David Goldman is a senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, New York. He blogs as Spengler for PJ Media. Read more

Angelica Goodden's latest book is Rousseau's Hand: The Crafting Of A Writer (OUP).

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David Goodhart is the director of Demos, founding editor of Prospect and author of The British Dream (Atlantic).

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Paul Goodman is executive editor of the ConservativeHome website. He was previously the Conservative MP for High Wycombe, 2001 until 2010.

 

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Professor Rüdiger Görner is the Head of the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film and Director of the Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations at Queen Mary, University of London. He is the author of many works on German literature.

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Rüdiger Görner is Professor of German with Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London, and founding director of the Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations. Read more
Carmel Gould is the Content Manager of Just Journalism. Read more

Michael Gove is MP for Surrey Heath, and the Secretary of State for Education. He is a former journalist on the Times newspaper and author of Celsius 7/7 (Phoenix).

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Grey Gowrie has published two volumes of poetry. A third colection, The Italian Visitor (Carcanet), is out next year. He has been a Cabinet minister, Chairman of the Arts Council, and Provost of the Royal College of Art.

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The playwright Simon Gray died on August 7. Shortly before his death he shared his thoughts on the theatre and much else in a Standpoint Dialogue with The Daily Telegraph's theatre critic Charles Spencer and our editor Daniel Johnson.

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Dominic Green is the author of The Double Life Of Doctor Lopez and Armies Of God (Arrow). He teaches political science at Boston College and contributes to the Weekly Standard and the New Criterion. Read more

S.J.D. Green is Professor of Modern History at the University of Leeds and a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. He is the author of The Passing of Protestant England (Cambridge University Press).

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David Green is the director of the think-tank Civitas. Read more
 Sam Green is a lawyer and journalist based in Bristol Read more
Richard Griffiths is a historian who has specialised in French and British political history of the first half of the 20th century. Read more
Steven Grosby is Professor of Religion at Clemson University, South Carolina, and author of Nationalism: A Very Short Introduction (OUP).  Read more

John Gross is a former editor of the TLS. He is the author of The New Oxford Book of Literary Anecdotes.

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Miriam Gross is the former senior editor of Standpoint and is on its advisory board. Her memoir, An Almost English Life, has just been published by Short Books.

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Tom Gross is a journalist and international affairs commentator, specialising in the Middle East. He was formerly Jerusalem correspondent of the Sunday Telegraph Read more
Valerie Grove's book, The Life and Loves of Laurie Lee, has just been reissued by Robson Press.  Read more
Mark Gullick lives on a narrow boat, has a philosophy PhD and blogs at www.keepthinkingbutch.blogspot.com. Read more
Fisun Güner writes arts features and reviews for the New Statesman, Metro and the arts website www.theartsdesk.com Read more