Tag Archives: General Election

Repairing democracy

How did the polls get it so wrong? ask the journalists. For months the polls were consistent: Labour and the Tories were neck and neck. Within the standard 3% margin of error they all agreed. It was as though we … Continue reading

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Christianity and moral vision

It is good to hear church leaders making public statements about why their faith matters. Recent ones have been On Rock or Sand? and Who is My Neighbour? Now here’s another, the Bishop of Liverpool’s Voting For a New Moral … Continue reading

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Vote for policies

Vote for Policies is up and running for the 2015 UK General Election. As in 2010, it gives you a list of policies on each of ten policy areas, you say which one you like best, and at the end … Continue reading

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Who is my neighbour? A commentary

I never expected this. I have been studying official Church of England publications for many years. In every case I was at best critical of a number of claims, often totally opposed. I never expected to see something so good … Continue reading

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