Monthly Archives: October 2014

The week that was

Apart from major items of news, for example, the ongoing story of the ebola outbreak in Western Africa and the never-ending saga of the British government’s battle with UKIP and the situation in respect of the European Union, there were … Continue reading

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They will always be with us

I feel sure that, when I was a practicing minister of the Christian Church, I must have preached on the particular text on several occasions. The text in question appears in three of the four New Testament Gospels. It is … Continue reading

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On liberty

Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, was recently described by the journalist Suzanne Moore as “a man with a severe case of premature popularity”. Whilst introducing the speech by his mate, Chancellor George Osborne, at the just-finished Conservative Party conference, … Continue reading

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Ironies abound

The dust now seems to have settled on the result of the Scottish referendum on independence from the UK. For the time being, at least, Scotland will remain as part of the union. As to be expected, Elizabeth Windsor, Head … Continue reading

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