Julian Jackson is Professor of History at Queen Mary University, London. He is the author of The Fall of France and France: The Dark Years 1940-44. His most recent book is Living in Arcadia: Homosexuality, Politics and Morality in France from the Liberation to Aids. Read more

Gerald Jacobs is Literary Editor of the Jewish Chronicle and the author of Sacred Games.

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Dan Jacobson was born and grew up in South Africa. He is Professor Emeritus at University College London, and is the author of All For Love.

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Howard Jacobson is a novelist and winner of the Man Booker Prize for The Finkler Question. His most recent novel is Zoo Time (Bloomsbury).  Read more

Clive James is an expatriate Australian author, poet, and critic. His published works include Cultural Amnesia: Notes in the Margin of My Time, and Opal Sunset, a volume of selected poems. His website is CliveJames.com.

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Jeremy Jennings is Professor of Political Theory at King's College London and the author of Revolution and the Republic: A History of Political Thought in France since the Eighteenth Century, published by Oxford University Press. 

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Siv Jensen is the leader of Norway's Progress Party. In an interview with Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson, she explains her views. The American writer Bruce Bawer explains the background to her meteoric career.

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Daniel Johnson is the Editor of Standpoint.

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Paul Johnson was Editor of the New Statesman from 1965-1970. He is the author of many books including, most recently, biographies of Churchill, Darwin, Stalin, Mozart, and Eisenhower.

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R.W. Johnson is a journalist and historian. He is South Africa correspondent for the Sunday Times. His memoir of postwar Oxford, Look Back In Laughter, is published by Threshold Press.

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Luke Johnson, entrepreneur and business commentator, discusses terrorism's growing menace with historian Michael Burleigh and Standpoint editor Daniel Johnson.

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Edith Johnson is reading English at New College, Oxford.

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Sarah Johnson is a birth educator and the author of Parents on Parenting, Daring to be Different and The Christian Parent's Toolkit.

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Luke Johnson runs the private equity firm Risk Capital Partners, and is a former chairman of the Royal Society of Arts. He is the author or Start It Up: Why Running your own Business is Easier than you Think (Penguin).  Read more
Agatha Johnson is a secondary school student in London.  Read more

Rick Jones is a journalist who writes on the arts for the New Statesman and other publications. He studied under WG Sebald at the University of East Anglia.

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Nigel Jones is a journalist, historian and biographer. He is the author of Countdown to Valkyrie: the July Plot to assassinate Hitler, with an afterword by Count Berthold von Stauffenberg.

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Peter Jones helped found Friends of Classics and the fund-raising charity Classics for All. His latest book is Vote for Caesar (Orion).

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Marc Jordan works in the visual arts as a consultant and adviser. He is also founder of the Creative Education Trust, which connects creative businesses with schools in deprived areas.

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Ben Judah is the author of Fragile Empire: How Russian Fell In And Out Of Love With Vladimir Putin (Yale). He is a visiting fellow at the European Stability Initiative. A collection of his journalism for Standpoint, The Yeti Hunts: Travels Through Russia and Central Asia, is available as an ebook. 

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Alan Judd is a former soldier and diplomat, and the biographer of Ford Madox Ford and Mansfield Cumming, founder of MI6. He is the author of Dancing with Eva.

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Anthony Julius is the Deputy Chairman of the London law firm Mishcon de Reya. He is the author of Trials of the Diaspora: A History of Anti-Semitism in England (OUP). Read more