National Trust

Our main heritage conservation charity wants to be down with the kids

The improbable democratisation of an aristocratic institution

The National Trust is well on its way to becoming another soulless corporate body

Many members have decided to walk away and leave the National Trust to its fate. They need to come back

Why are pensioners the favoured customer of the National Trust?

Like the monasteries, the National Trust has long since strayed from its purpose. It’s time for reformation or dissolution

Peter Hitchens says the West was bullied into using the name “Beijing” instead of “Peking”

Constance Watson speaks to Anna Price about the National Trust’s misplaced priorities

Clandon Park remains a shell after it was gutted by fire six years ago. Now the National Trust is telling a one-sided story about its past