Christians, Conservatives, social conservatism and Boris

Yesterday we received word that Boris Johnson was going to be the new Conservative Party leader. By extension, he is also going to become our

Karen Bradley, Northern Ireland and lessons for the church

The Northern Ireland Secretary – Karen Bradley – has managed to make comments in her highly diplomatically sensitive role that make the whole handling of

“Brexit can be stopped” says Keir Starmer. But only if you are happy to jettison democracy

It has been an interesting few days for the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn, the party leader, has made a couple of pronouncements. First, there was

What should we make of Boris Johnson’s burqa comments?

Unless you’ve had your head in the sand – or you’re not the from the UK – you will have heard about Boris Johnson’s latest

People are focusing attention on the wrong things in the DUP deal

The Guardian yesterday wrote a woeful article about the DUPs links to Ulster Resistance (you can read that article here). I have already discussed the lazy

Home Office tweet about eradicating extremism alongside picture of armed police

Look how the government chose to tweet about their new counter-extremism commission: Counter-terrorism strategy will be reviewed and a new commission will work to stamp

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