Boris Johnson reminds us of the need for good polity

Boris Johnson has, in recent weeks, been somewhat under fire. Various letters from backbenchers have been going into the 1922 committee. Quite a few backbenchers

Lessons the church can learn about process from the conservative party

Reports are currently circulating about a Conservative Party MP who has been accused of, and is currently being investigated by police on account of, rape.

Are you actually capable of real friendship?

Hold onto your hats for this big admission: I am not a Conservative Party member, supporter or voter. Shocking, I know. Sorry to shatter any

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

Karen Bradley, Northern Ireland and lessons for the church

The Northern Ireland Secretary – Karen Bradley – has managed to make comments in her highly diplomatically sensitive role that make the whole handling of

“Brexit can be stopped” says Keir Starmer. But only if you are happy to jettison democracy

It has been an interesting few days for the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn, the party leader, has made a couple of pronouncements. First, there was

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