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The failure of multiculturalism and muscular liberalism

British multiculturalism has been under the interrogative spotlight of social engineers since terrorist bombings blew the bottom out of this particular world-view. The belief that all people should be accepted unconditionally regardless of where they come from, what they believe, … Continue reading

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From the vicarage extra – a summary of the local candidates.

It’s four days until the general election. This post is a summary of what I’ve discovered about the candidates for West Bromwich East. I have listed their responses to my questions set out in from the vicarage March 2010 and … Continue reading

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Has your MP kept a vineyard?

Yesterday ‘s post on art, virtue and knowledge in public speaking applies as much to members of parliament as to ministers in the church. MPs fall when virtue is absent. So here’s some more food for thought for any prospective … Continue reading

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From the vicarage March 2010

From the vicarage March 2010 By the time this edition of the parish magazine is published we might know the date of the next general election. So what sort of person do we want as our local MP? What sort … Continue reading

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Mending broken Britain – the solution is not initially a political one

In a survey conducted for the The Times last week 42% of Brits said they would emigrate if they could. The results of the survey also included other startling headline statistics: Over 60% of voters do not recognise the nation … Continue reading

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