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Theresa May could quite easily stop her own government making life much harder for people who have mental health problems.
The Prime Minister, we are told, is going to talk about a shared society. It would be good if she could make it a safe society for those at the sharp end of government policy.
Our bulletins will be returning soon we hope, after a hiatus occasioned by some technical problems.
“David Cameron has been in Leeds preaching to businessmen the virtues of what he calls ‘the smart state’.
The world of contemporary art is, to be honest, not one I usually take an interest in, but something happened this year which caught my attention.
Ekklesia has been working hard to get MPs from all parties to attend the House of Commons on 16 December 2016 and to vote for Eilidh Whiteford MP's Private Members Bill to ratify the
Ekklesia and Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church's 'Is the right to offend sacred?' event is being rescheduled for logistical and other reasons.
“If the misery of the poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our sin” wrote Charles Darwin. (Journal of Researches, 1836.)
The actions of our government and the rhetoric of many politicians seem to become harsher by the day.
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