National Trust

The White Cliffs of Dover, the National Trust, and a very public appeal

5 October 2017 16:43

The White Cliffs of Dover are, arguably, one of Britain’s most famous sights – immortalised of course by Dame Vera…

The Spectator Podcast: Can you forgive her?

31 August 2017 13:21

On this week’s Spectator Podcast, we ask whether Theresa May can be absolved by her party and the public. We’ll…

The gay movement’s righteous fury belongs in the past

8 August 2017 14:12

The Pride Wars are now a fixed feature of LGBT politics. Lefties attack the event for being too corporate and…

The National Trust could teach Theresa May and the Tories a thing or two

7 April 2017 9:24

What drove Theresa May to break off from a trade trip to the Middle East to chuck a half-brick at…

The National Trust is compromised by its own success

6 April 2017 17:30

Cadbury and the National Trust stand accused of taking the Easter out of Easter eggs. The Trust’s ‘Easter Egg Trail’…

Could Health and Safety kill off home cooking?

26 March 2017 8:45

If Health and Safety is (are?) your thing, you must always be dreaming, like Alexander the Great, of new worlds…

How the National Trust is spoiling its treasures

11 March 2017 10:00

Osterley Park on the western fringes of London is a rare survival. A Robert Adam house, with splendid Adam interiors,…

The National Trust is on a mission to Disney-fy Britain

31 August 2016 12:45

The latest National Trust row highlights a depressing truth: the Trust is rapidly becoming a mammoth eco-warrior, rather than the…

National Trust trusting in green dogma

2 May 2014 16:06

Strange happenings at a place that many people think of as one of Britain’s National Treasures: the National Trust. As…