Andrew Stuttaford

Andrew Stuttaford is a contributing editor of National Review


ndrew was born in England far, far too many years ago, but his day job (working in the international financial markets) took him across the Atlantic in 1991 and he has been resident in New York City ever since. Andrew writes frequently for a number of publications about a wide range of cultural and political issues. He is a contributing editor of both National Review and National Review Online and can often be found on the Corner, particularly at the weekend. He tweets as @astuttaford and a sporadically updated archive of his work can be found at Andrew can be contacted at

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The Brexit Mess (Continued)

The failure of Britain’s Tory government to get Brexit right rests (to pick from an enormous range of explanations) on a basic failure of political imagination, an inability to grasp ...

The Creepy Line

It’s well worth taking the time to go over to the NR  home page to read Kyle Smith’s fine article on  The Creepy Line, an important and unsettling new documentary about ...

After Britain Departs

It’s hard to find adjectives angry enough to describe the mess currently being made of Brexit, so, under the circumstances, it’s something of a break, albeit a bleak one, to ...