Robert Peal is head of History at the West London Free School and an honorary research fellow at Civitas. His book Progressively Worse: The Burden Of Bad Ideas In British Schools was published by Civitas, and he has edited a collection of essays, Changing Schools, published by John Catt. Read more
Wendy Perriam is the author of 16 novels and seven short story collections, and has contributed to many magazines and poetry anthologies. Her latest publications are Broken Places and "I'm on a train!" and other stories.Read more
Melanie Phillips is a columnist for the Daily Mail and Jewish Chronicle, and a regular panellist on BBC Radio Four's The Moral Maze. Her most recent book is The World Turned Upside Down: The Global Battle over God, Truth and Power (Encounter, 2010).
‘The post-1989 temptation in Prague has been two-fold. The first has been to legislate the totalitarian past out of existence, the second has been to copy the liberal West blindly at a lag of 20 years’ Read more
Rachel Polonsky is a lecturer in the Department of Slavonic Studies at Cambridge and a Fellow of Murray Edwards College. She is the author of Molotov's Magic Lantern: A Journey in Russian History (Faber). Read more
Frank Prochaska is an historian of modern Britain. He is a member of Somerville and Wolfson Colleges, Oxford, an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Historical Research, London, and the author of The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot (Yale) and Christianity and Social Service in Modern Britain (OUP). Read more