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Chris Baker considers the collapse of construction giant Carillion, and a re-imagination of the relationship between the state and the market. The breaking news of the collapse of the major British company Carillion is a hugely significant event. For 20,000 UK employees directly employed by the company this is a deeply worrying moment. For thousands more […]


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William Temple Scholar Val Barron considers how we move beyond the Taylor Review to build more sustainable neighbourhoods. The recently published Taylor Review, made some interesting recommendations about how English Church and Cathedral buildings could become more sustainable. At the centre of these recommendations was the importance of greater community involvement. “Increased use and helping […]


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Dr John Reader reflects on proceedings at the recent Connecting Ecologies conference in Oxford. As reported by fellow Associate Research Fellow Tim Howles in an earlier blog, Campion Hall in Oxford has just held a conference on Connecting Ecologies, stimulated by Pope Francis’ Laudato Si. As befits an event with this title, the gathering and […]


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