Who controls the roadmap?

As I write this, the country waits with bated breath for BoJo to make his big announcement regarding the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown. There are rumours

Physical gathering, online meeting and false dichotomies

The discussion about whether meeting online is an adequate substitute for physical gathering rages on. Some insist that not meeting is a clear violation of

Shamima Begum and the question of citizenship

Shamima Begum – the “jihadi bride” who left the UK to join ISIS – is back in the news. The UK had determined that she

Qualified well wishes aren’t well wishes and, in this case, aren’t human

There are times when most of us realise that the small things really don’t matter all that much. We seem to be in such times.

Five things to do during the shut down

I had hoped to write about something other than coronavirus. Anything else, really. But it is, seemingly, the only thing going on! The government advice

Monthly afternoon service: Politics & civil disobedience

We held our monthly afternoon service this past Sunday. We have intentionally tried to make them different to the morning service. Our usual format is

1 2 3 6