Reviews

  • "A full-throated, clear-sighted, well-researched and extremely well written exposition of the Victorians and their values. Rees-Mogg’s choice of a dozen Victorian luminaries allows him to defend an era too often ignored or written off in British history, and to compare it to our modern day in a way that readers will find gripping but also chastening"

    Andrew Roberts, bestselling author of ‘Churchill: Walking with Destiny’
  • "A fine philosophical mind"

    Matthew Parris
  • "One of the most important politicians in the country"

    Economist
  • "Polite, eloquent, witty, well-informed, coherent, principled — Jacob Rees-Mogg is the antithesis of almost every-thing the Labour party stands for under its current populist leadership"

    James Delingpole
  • "The best-dressed man in the House of Commons"

    Spectator