A few thoughts on that Liam Neeson interview

If you haven’t come across it, you can read the interview in the Independent here. If you can’t be bothered to read all that, you

Like it or not, perception matters and it is often formed by experience

I remember when the story first emerged regarding Judah Adunbi. For those who don’t know, Adunbi worked as a race relations officer in Bristol, seeking

Question Time, perception formed by experience and implications for the church

On Thurday night’s Question Time programme, things kicked off a bit. Here is the pertinent section of the programme: ”The UK is one of the

The church must do better

The UK is awash with talk of immigration foul-ups. They principally centre on the Windrush immigrants who, to cut a long story short, appear to

A response to the ‘Punish a Muslim day’ letters

For several weeks now, there has been a flurry of fear spreading through our area of Glodwick. Our area is predominantly South Asian and is

Why Facebook shouldn’t ban Britain First

*sigh* One sometimes worries one sounds like something of a broken record. Regular followers of this blog will have heard this with some frequency. It

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