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The instinct to defend oath-taking and swearing runs deep within many religious people.
Ashton Padley wants to get into her local school. But she can’t. The reason? She is the wrong type of Christian (http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/node/9908).
No sooner had I posted my article on how evangelicals are betraying their heritage, than evangelical lobby group CARE launched a new report
Lord Ashley of Stoke has a question in the House of Lords tomorrow (Tuesday) and is calling on government to legislate for the independent living of disabled people.
Who is the British National Party's mysterious 'reverend'?
Despite its stated aim of 'Restoring Hope' the line up for tonight's 'Charities Parliament' event ('Finding Hope: Restoring Trust in Politics and National Life') doesn't fill me with much.
"Should the NHS allow gipsies to jump the queue?"
"It's Refugee Week this week. I've written a short blog post about things people can do to get involved in it" local MP Sadiq Khan Twittered yesterday.
I see that the Queen is entering a record six horses at Ascot this year.
On Sunday’s Big Questions (BBC1) I suggested that as a country we were sitting on a ‘constitutional timebomb’ – something which Republic has picked up here: http://www.republic.org.uk/blog/?p=
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