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Queen Elizabeth II: 1926-2022

Crowds are gathering in the rain outside Buckingham Palace - the royal family's official residence. The country has officially entered a state of mourning following the death of her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the second. Flowers, cards, candles and even a model corgi have been placed outside the famous black-and-gold gates. The 96-year-old monarch died peacefully yesterday afternoon at Balmoral. Rev Dr Ian Greenshields, moderator of the Church of Scotland spoke […]

todaySeptember 9, 2022 670 1 2

World

Visiting Bethlehem

I’ve just come back from the Holy Land where I spent a three month sabbatical, so I was interested in an article in the current issue of ‘The Universe’ all about visiting Bethlehem.

todayJanuary 8, 2016 22

Politics

Whom Do our Politicians Serve?

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 bench. He took three days to sack two Shadow Ministers – Michael Dugher and Pat McFadden.

todayJanuary 8, 2016 26

Politics

Do we have a right to die?

On 11th September the House of Commons will debate Rob Marris’ Assisted Dying Bill. Marris came first in the Private Members’ Ballot and his Bill is the fifth attempt to establish in law a right to die, given various safeguards.

todayAugust 26, 2015 11

Politics

Time for a counter-culture

The media response to the election of Tim Farron was profoundly shocking. John Humphrey’s asked him mockingly whether he asked for God’s advice before making a major decision. 

todayJuly 22, 2015 20

World

EU: The case for quitting

This is the second in a series about Britain’s membership of the EU. The aim is to help Christians to prepare for the promised referendum. The Bill authorising it was given a Second Reading on Tuesday (544 votes to 53). The details have still to be agreed but the referendum will happen and the outcome will have major consequences for us all. In my last blog I examined the origins […]

todayJune 12, 2015 13

Politics

EU: The case for quitting

This is the second in a series about Britain’s membership of the EU. The aim is to help Christians to prepare for the promised referendum. The Bill authorising it was given a Second Reading on Tuesday (544 votes to 53). The details have still to be agreed but the referendum will happen and the outcome will have major consequences for us all. In my last blog I examined the origins […]

todayJune 12, 2015 20

Politics

The Queen’s Speech

This was Her Majesty’s 62nd Queen’s Speech with which she opened the new Parliament and set out the government’s legislative programme for the next year. The Conservative election manifesto made most of its contents predictable. The message the Prime Minister wants us to believe is that his government will “adopt a one nation approach, helping working people get on, supporting aspiration and bringing different parts of the country together.” What will […]

todayMay 28, 2015 40

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