Gerald Frost

Gerald Frost is a domestic and international political journalist.

30 years on from the Moscow Coup, Gerald Frost remembers the man bent on bringing down the Soviet Union

The rise and fall of Dominic Cummings recalls the role of another eccentric who changed British politics

Friends and Enemies by Barbara Amiel is an extraordinary work of self-revelation

An erudite call to return to a more sceptical and prudential kind of politics

The country of understatement and the stiff upper lip responds well in a crisis

Gerald Frost reviews Nourishing the Nation: Food as National Identity by Venetia Johannes

Encounter’s cultural importance far outweighed doubts about its shadowy funding

There are no new problems in the New Left, only old solutions in fighting them

Sir Roger Scruton: A classical composer and inspiration to Hungarian students