Tag Archives: House of Lords

A relic ripe for reform

Many of those who voted in the referendum for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union did so in order to ‘restore democracy’ to the British people. What specific shape this restoration of British democracy would take was only … Continue reading

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Sad, but all too true

“The time has come for the peers to go”. This was the call from a variety of critics this week as they responded to the scandal of another peer of the realm being caught with his pants down and his … Continue reading

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A leap into the unknown

There is a predominance of women now attending the Sunday services of the Church of England (CofE) in the UK. The female influence within the Anglican Church is growing. What effect is this having on the male adherents? This was … Continue reading

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