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The Daily Express has turned into the modern equivalent of those people who used to walk around wearing large boards saying “The End of the World is Nigh”.
Not for the first time, the Daily Mail has got rather confused about Christian values.
There are some politicians who, if given a choice between attacking powerful people and attacking vulnerable people, find it much easier to choose the latter.
The Liberal Democrats have called for a small extra tax on very expensive houses and the response has been sadly predictable.
The American satirist Tom Lehrer said that satire became obsolete when Henry Kissinger was given the Nobel Peace Prize “for bombing Cambodia”.
Having been a big fan of the Greenbelt festival for years, I'm delighted to be speaking there for the first time at 2.00pm this Saturday.
Believers in the sanctity of life might be somewhat confused by the Church of England's latest communications update.
As a pacifist, I'm very used to being asked “What would you have done about Hitler?”. Some people who ask this are just using the easiest anti-pacifist argument that comes to mind.
Twelve years ago, I raised my hand in a church meeting to give my approval to a vote opposing the ordination of “practising homosexuals” as ministers.
I have always been cautious about campaigns that make use of the legal system to promote social justice.
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