Bonfire Night

Rather than add to the multitude of things written on this already, let me point you to the following two pieces on Bonfire Night:Remember Remember

Leveson, Hislop and Press Regulation

http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1 I am painfully aware of the unpopularity of this position. However, I tend to agree with the view outlined by Ian Hislop on this

John Stevens – ‘Eliminating the Poverty of Nations’: A Response

John Stevens has written a piece titled ‘Eliminating The Poverty Of Nations: Development Through Free Markets, The Right To Private Property, Democracy & The Rule

God is a Liberal Democrat – really?!

The Telegraph, Mail and Guardian have all picked up on Steve Webb’s assertion that God ‘must be a liberal’. Webb, himself a Liberal Democrat MP and Minister

Why I do not accept Thatcher was motivated by Christian principles

Archbishop Cranmer has commented today that “Margaret Thatcher renewed the relationship between Christianity and Conservatism“. He claims that Thatcher’s “Conservatism was deeply rooted in Christianity”

Polly Toynbee and what’s bad for politics

Polly Toynbee, Guardian columnist and outgoing president of the British Humanist Association (BHA), writes in today’s Guardian that ‘Atheists are better for politics than believers’. Whilst I would

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