Appointing workers in deprived places

Transfer window problems and the recruitment pitfalls churches can fall into

It seems the start to Liverpool’s Premier League season is not quite going to plan. I am not on board with those who are already

Danny Finkelstein is wrong: Labour can unite workers & commuters alike in an electorally popular way, if only they are willing

The Labour Party are currently in a quandary. Faced with rail strikes that are popular among rail workers, but not quite so popular among rail

What Alex Song’s transfer says to the church

I read an article recently about the midfielder, Alex Song. In it, he speaks about his big money transfer from Arsenal to Barcelona. He was

Short-term visas, labour shortages and the reality of short-term missions

The boss at Lidl – Christian Härtnagel – has said short-term visas will not resolve labour shortages. The Times report: The boss of Lidl has

If we can do it with doctors, we can do it with church plants and gospel workers

The Times report that GPs are to be barred from taking posts in affluent areas to force them to work in deprived towns under plans

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