This week UKIP published its Christian manifesto outlining its approach to issues it believes Christians care about. I’ve spent the last few days going through the document to see how it stacks up as a manifesto that Christians could support. Here’s what I found.
David Cameron's 'tax lock' pledge is not just an electoral gimmick, says Jill Segger. She argues that it is revealing of the long-standing failure of the Left to counter a view of tax as a no more than a burden to be avoided or evaded.
Nigel Farage has just launched UKIP's 'Christian manifesto' promising to put up a "muscular defence of our Christian heritage". Whether Christians in Britain want to be muscularly defended by Nigel Farage is another matter.