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Whose “bloody GDP” is it anyway?

by Tim Howles

03/05/2019 09:00

Associate Research Fellow Tim Howles says we should be thinking again about the current politico-economic settlement. In the June 2016 Brexit referendum, one of the mistakes made by the “Britain Stronger In Europe” campaign was to assume that the status quo option would be favoured if the outcome was seen to place the economic security of […]


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Associate Research Fellow Greg Smith highlights the persecution of Christians around the world but warns against identity-driven narratives of Christophobia. The bombings of churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday are an evil act which strikes symbolically at the whole body of Christ across the globe and drags us and our worship back too soon […]


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Come the Resurrection…?

by Rosie Dawson

20/04/2019 10:08

Associate Research Fellow Rosie Dawson reflects on the fire at Notre Dame and sex trafficking in New York—and warns against moving on too soon. The Pope may have to take a bit of a back seat this year. Of course, the TV crews will be there at the Colosseum for the traditional Stations of the […]


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