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

Maybe ‘change’ references the French?

So, Change UK (formerly, The Independent Group) have formalised themselves as a party, have entered the political fray and are planning to stand in the

There are major problems with the Con-DUP pact, but please let’s stop calling the DUP terrorist sympathisers

The results are in and the General Election 2017 returned a hung parliament. The Conservatives have formed a confidence-and-supply agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party. You

Learning difficulties & mental health are different: why I am not heartened by Theresa May’s mental health pledge

You may have seen Theresa May’s encounter with an angry voter in my old Oxfordshire stomping ground a couple of days ago. I should point

Hand-wringing while ignoring the elephant in the room: a word on the local elections

Several things made these particular local elections different to normal. For one, we have just come off the back of one of the most divisive

Who can vote for Tim Farron now? The ‘gay sin’ witchhunt has exposed him as a coward

Tim Farron has a serious problem. For some while now, interviewers have been gunning for him as an Evangelical. As we know, Evangelicals believe what

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