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In The Dock Podcast

Power-sharing with the DUP: good or bad for Christians?

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In the Dock asks whether a potential alliance between the Conservatives and the DUP is something to be feared or welcomed by Christians. We hear from Peter Lynas, Director of Northern Ireland at the Evangelical Alliance and a former barrister about what the DUP stand for and what they offer English voters. Plus  retired high court judge Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston look at how Christians should think about coalitions and political governments more generally.

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