Category Archives: Politics

The day King Saul tried to play God. Lessons for Boris Johnson.

Does it matter if Boris Johnson, MPs and staff had drinks parties after passing a law prohibiting social gatherings? Whatever we think about the effectiveness of the law itself, Boris breached a principle which was agreed in this land over … Continue reading

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Broken (an advent lament)

Our A&E groans like a gangrenous laugh, satisfaction now far from both patients and staff. An NHS ward makes up the next bed, as suffering souls become targets instead. Consultants are drawn by satisfaction and pay, and the mind stretching … Continue reading

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“A Crisis of Christianity?” That Express and Star article in full.

Yesterday I reported that I had spoken to a journalist about the Woolf Institute’s report on the death of Christian Britain.  Here’s a picture of the article, which you can read online a the Express and Star, “So are we … Continue reading

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A journalist asked me…Is Britain still a Christian nation?

I was called today to comment on the Woolf Institute report which, it has been claimed, concludes than Britain is no longer a Christian nation. This is what I said: We can’t understand our culture, society, literature and many of … Continue reading

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Labour must change worldview or die

Economically, the Labour movement stands for the fair and equal distribution of wealth created by economic activity. Everyone has a part in manufacturing widgets and serving one another, so everyone should have a share in the proceeds. There are only … Continue reading

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