On Labour, the working classes and St George’s Day

This past Saturday marked St George’s Day. A day with which the liberal left in Britain are still trying to come to terms. I say

To win people, you need to present a positive vision

I seem to be making a habit of drawing wisdom for the church from Times comment articles. Lately, that’s been coming by way of Danny

What should we make of Keir Starmer’s visit to church?

Keir Starmer has come under fire in the last few days. His crime was visiting a church and praising them for their work during the

Tolerance is old hat. It’s affirmation or nothing now

Janet Daby – the shadow faith minister – has been forced to resign after arguing that a conscience clause should be permitted for registrars who

Is there reason for optimism within Labour?

As somebody who traditionally votes Labour, I found it impossible to vote for them in recent years. Following the Corbyn experiment – which also initially

VE Day, connecting with the working class and what it says to the church

Tomorrow marks a bank holiday in England. It is VE Day, the 75th anniversary of the day that World War II ended when the Nazi

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