God, the world and us
Poems for justice
How the ancient prophet Micah still speaks to us today
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at St Brides Church Liverpool L8 7LT
2 September: Competition or cooperation?
9 September: When is justice unjust?
16 September: What do we want from life?
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Tag Archives: Immigration
Boris and Gove: We’ll bring in tough Australian points style system to slash arrivals from EU. So says the front page of today’s Daily Mail. It continues: Brexit would pave the way for an immigration revolution to slash numbers arriving … Continue reading
We’ve just had another bout of political shadow boxing about immigrants. It tells us more about the superficiality of politicians than about immigration. UKIP makes populist demands, the Conservatives do all they can to match them, and Labour struggles to … Continue reading
It may seem outrageously melodramatic to compare the state of Britain today with Nazi Germany, but it strikes me that the similarities are increasing at an alarming rate. As I understand it there are now more people dependent on handouts … Continue reading