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Stable family life is a crucial factor in maintaining social stability and the statistics of family breakdown are deeply worrying. If current trends continue, the Marriage Foundation warns that children... More

The actor Jim Carrey recently gave an inspiring thought for the day about Jesus opening the door to forgiveness. Sam Hailes reports.  More

The 2016 Referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union decided we should leave the EU by a relatively narrow margin of 52% to 48%. Theresa May... More

He went to Glastonbury, spoke from the stage and had the audience chanting his name. His party did not win the election, falling short of the Conservatives by 64 seats but still asserts that he will be... More

For nearly four decades I have followed Jesus, and looking back I see an obvious pattern. The seasons of greatest progress and spiritual depth have coincided with the practice of daily Bible reading. Likewise,... More

Her fault was calling an unnecessary election and performing so poorly that her party lost its majority. Nevertheless, the Conservatives were the only party that could legitimately form a Government. They... More

The aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster cruelly exposed this. The General Election exposed another division, between young and old. There are also religious divisions highlighted by the Finsbury Park... More

Those objectives were not included in the referendum question so they cannot be seen as unquestionable outcomes binding on our negotiators.Recognising this has become essential because there is now almost... More

It seems possible that the outcome will be a hung Parliament with all the complications that would create. From a neutral perspective, what is most fascinating is the way the political demographic is changing.  Whilst... More

A bad deal could lead to major job losses and a serious downturn in the economy. More than that, if it is fuelled by and perpetuates xenophobic attitudes to foreigners, it will seriously damage Britain’s... More