The making of a twitter pile-on

The other day, I posted a comment on an online clip. A political commentator had decided to draw a comparison between Donald Trump, Qasem Soleimani

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

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.

The problem of NRPF

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there is a group of people who have been unable to access any real help at all. These

By all means don’t advocate Socialism, but stop trying to argue it is unbiblical

I read another interesting American take on Socialism yesterday. Given it was on Doug Wilson’s blog, the article was coming from a harder than your

Was Qassem Soleimani a terrorist?

Tensions in the Middle East being what they are, America’s recent foray into the region is not going down well. The word ‘tinderbox’ has been

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