As well as writing a column for The Observer, Henry Porter has published six novels, including the recent The Dying Light and Brandenburg (which won the Ian Fleming Crime Writers’ Association Steel Dagger as the best thriller of 2005). He has also written one non-fiction title, Lies Damned Lies, a study of truthfulness in British journalism. He has written for the Sunday Times, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph and the Evening Standard. He is the London editor of Vanity Fair magazine.
- Why I told Parliament: you’ve failed us on liberty
- MPs must thwart the dark plans of the state
- The future of democracy hangs on the 42-day debate
- Our obsession with crime is crushing our freedoms
- Last week, a dear friend of freedom was laid to rest
- The pity of a child’s dictionary that junks words of imagination