Should faith groups receive the benefits of being a charity?

The National Secular Society (NSS) has release a report called For the public benefit? In it, they argue that around 12,000 charities in the UK

Remember remember the 5th of November

Yesterday, my son was learning all about Bonfire Night at school. He happily came home and told me all about Guy Fawkes wanting to blow

What Labour Party divisions can teach church denominations

Yesterday, The Guardian reported that over 50 Labour MPs plan to defy Jeremy Corbyn’s stance on a British military intervention in Syria. The Labour leader has

The problem with our fellowship and four ways to improve it

If there is a song that sums up visiting certain churches, Pop Song 89 by REM does a pretty good job. It’s a sort of

On the historic apology

It can’t have escaped your notice that the unstoppable runaway train that is Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership bid has been a rich vein of material

Tim Farron, illiberalism, bigotry and Evangelicals

This last week I have been on my yearly pilgrimage to Llandudno. It’s not so much a site of religious interest as an opportunity for me to

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