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Greg Smith reviews David E. Fitch’s recent book The Church of Us vs. Them, and wonders whether there are lesson we can learn for British politics. Since time immemorial an unavoidable feature of the human condition has been the formation of groups and the possibility of conflict between them. The tribal nature of humanity is […]


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In this moving piece, Val Barron calls on us to place human value at the heart of ethical business. It is the ordinary people working in social enterprise, she says, who are showing us the way. Earlier this month I attended a preview of Ken Loach and Paul Laverty’s latest film Sorry We Missed You, […]


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Chris Baker reflects on his recent trip to Denmark and wonders whether a harbourside bathing house might already be providing the perfect meeting point between the urban, the social and the religious. Last week, I was invited by the Danish Lutheran Church in the Diocese of Aarhus to contribute to a series of strategic discussions […]


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