Elena Attfield is a dual citizen of Great Britain and Finland. She holds a postgraduate degree in the Political Economy of Europe from the LSE.
In an age of consumption, contentment is a crime
Rakib’s Britain: Sunak’s idea is rubbish but there is still much to do
The Reformation has left us with a precious legacy
Britain is a sad sunless satrapy of the American empire
Down with the gratitude-bloat of authors’ endless lists of acknowledgements
Mordaunt should be more open about her role in the gender wars
The voice of a poet whose chequered career reads like a cockeyed novel
Our National Health Service is mutilating the children placed in their care
What does Keir Starmer have to be proud of?
The sexual liberation and unrequited search of Nancy Cunard emblematises 1920s Paris
The Anglican hierarchy is obsessed with management structures over the real issues of morality, theology and falling congregations
Culture wars won’t seem quite as important in the cold