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Modestly does it

by Yasmin Khatun Dewan

12/10/2018 12:23

William Temple Scholar Yasmin Khatun Dewan considers another side to the question of modest fashion. Fashion is anything but modest. It is elaborate, extreme, and refined in its detail. Artistic and creative, it is an industry ridden with excess. Shops are built to encourage us to keep on shopping, with businesses finding new and innovative […]


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With malice toward none; with charity for all

by Rosie Dawson

02/10/2018 11:52

Rosie Dawson, Associate Research Fellow here at the William Temple Foundation, reflects on the Kavanaugh hearing and the state of American politics during a recent trip to Washington DC. I was up at first light last Thursday morning, walking the length of the Mall in Washington DC from the Lincoln Memorial to Capitol Hill. I’d […]


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When the shocking numbs us, what do we do?

by Tina Hearn

28/09/2018 10:32

Associate Research Fellow Tina Hearn urges us to allow ourselves to be shocked by some of the recent statistics on UK poverty and asks what action we can take. When was the last time you were shocked by the news?  When were you last so outraged by what you heard that you felt you had […]


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