There is growing concern over laws passed in government and high court rulings which are hostile to Christian belief. Public reaction to the Asher’s (gay cake) Bakery case and the issue of abortion in... More

This week has seen some curious developments in both the Government and Opposition. The most curious was Jeremy Corbyn’s attempt to reshuffle his front... More

Last Sunday, the St Yeghiché Armenian Orthodox Church in London held a Memorial Service for the victims of the recent attacks in Paris, as well as those... More

If passed the Bill would allow “competent adults who are terminally ill to choose to be provided with medically supervised assistance to end their own life”. They must have a clear and settled intention... More

Politics is often seen as a dirty business. In recent times there have been many scandals that have made... More

On Channel 4 Cathy Newman repeatedly asked if he thought gay sex is a sin. The Times recently ran a lead article entitled “Illiberal Democrat leader”, noting his abstentions in Parliamentary votes on same-sex... More

I was not motivated by partisan considerations but by the way the electoral system distorted the result. The majority party was opposed by 63% of those who voted. SNP won 56 seats with 4.5% of the vote... More

Euroscepticism comes in two forms. One, to which UKIP belongs, is hostile to the EU in principle and takes a nationalist objection to supra-national bodies. The other, to which many Conservative and Labour... More

First, it means managing the economy to reduce the deficit and create two million more jobs to achieve full employment. Governments don’t create many jobs, especially if they want to cut public expenditure,... More

The main political parties have set out what they plan to achieve if they are elected. More