Government plan to offshore asylum seekers to Rwanda already failing and likely to backfire further

Yesterday, The Times reported that the government’s plan to start sending asylum seekers to Rwanda was months away from implementation. Two things are worth noting

What the Roe v Wade leak might mean in the UK

If you follow any news stateside, you will no doubt have heard the Supreme Court in America was subject to a leak regarding its now

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

Politics, the church and speaking about what actually concerns people

They say we get the leaders we deserve. I’m not sure I ever quite believed it, but I dread to think what it says about

The kind of church we all want

I was preaching out at one of our partner churches yesterday. It was great to be able to spend a bit of time with them

There are no real unprecedented times

I read an article recently that asked the question, how are we to live in what feel like unprecedented times? I like the way that

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