Promising to be true to myself

Victoria Coren, in yesterday’s Observer, wrote an article bemoaning the recent change in pledge from the Brownies. Instead of promising ‘to love God’, would-be Brownies

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

Whither freedom of expression in public life?

In a story published by the Guardian, Lady Warsi has attacked what she describes as ‘militant secularisation’ which ‘demonstrates similar traits to totalitarian regimes – denying

Religious liberty in public life

The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Sir Trevor Philips, has argued there needs to be ‘reasonable accommodation’ of religion and belief in law.

Blair v Hitchens: What’s the point?

The much publicised debate between Tony Blair and Christopher Hitchens took place a few days ago. For a review of the debate visit The Observer website.

1 2 3