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Much has been written in the past week about the unresolved relationship between religious and secular identities, as well as on freedom of speech in a pluralistic democratic state. There is huge uncertainty as to what the traumatic events of the last few days herald for the future direction of France as a nation (and indeed […]


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Government statistics published at the end of December show that the poorest 10% of the UK population may be at risk of malnutrition. Following what is traditionally a period of over-indulgence at Christmas, these figures are even more disturbing. Rising food prices are one possible cause, but it is also to do with the actual food […]


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In Conversation with Craig Calhoun

by William Temple Foundation

15/12/2014 10:16

An exclusive interview with the eminent sociologist Professor Craig Calhoun. On William Temple’s legacy “The kind of church engagement that Temple was engaged in never was, if you will, an insular church engagement.” On the role of the state and social action “If we want to compensate for some of the kinds of problems that […]


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