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Last week, Newsnight editor Ian Katz mistakenly made public a Twitter comment intended to be private. In describing the shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury as “boring, snoring Rachel Reeves”, he went beyond embarrassing himself and his programme, he pointed up a tendency which diminishes a great deal more than politics.
Eighty people came to Glasgow University Chapel for the launch of two important new books on religion on 21 November 2012.
The St John's murals, now in their thirtieth year, are now a vital and unusual part of the heritage of St John's Episcopal Church in Edinburgh, the Festival of Spirituality and Peace's principal venue and partner.
Almost thirty years ago, I went to the Yorkshire Dales with a group of friends to undertake an ascent of the Three Peaks. Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough make for a stiff day's walking. But we were very young and the challenge of quantity was more significant to us than the quality of more leisured ascent.