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Virginia Moffatt, who has been Ekklesia’s Chief Operating Officer for the past two years, is leaving the organisation this week to take up an important NHS post in Oxford, where she lives.
How did Britain reach the point where thousands of seriously ill people
Greenbelt 2016 got off to a great start this year, when my son, Jonathan, and I arrived at the bookshop to be greeted by the sight of Ekklesia books in the recommended section.
Prior to the 2010 General Election, I heard a man on a radio phone-in asking, "Why should I pay tax and National Insurance so that other people can claim benefits?"
Ekklesia is delighted to be involved in more events and discussions than ever before at the 216 Greenbelt Festival, which brings Christians and others together to look at how the world is being, an
We are delighed at the response to Savitri Hensman's 2016 Ekklesia book Sexuality, Struggle and Saintliness: Same-Sex Love and the Church (http
The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) has issued an Economic
The British government can now borrow money at negative interest rates. This extraordinary turn of events was discussed in a BBC radio interview this morning.
By the time a child is taken into care, they may already have experienced loss, neglect, abuse, or trauma which is hard to contemplate.
The start of the school holidays should be a happy time for children, but in too many cases the anticipation of leisurely sunny days and fun activities has been replaced by worry and anxiety.
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The Equality Trust has today responded to the Government’s Corporate Governance reform Green Paper
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