Shaping debate on religion in public life.


Peace on earth and goodwill to all people?

by Greg Smith

17/12/2018 09:00

Greg Smith wonders how the Christmas message of peace really works out in practice. I am writing this blog in the week following the centenary celebrations of the 1918 Armistice, but with a view to publication in the week before Christmas. Inevitably this leads one to reconsider the relevance of the angels’ chorus as popularised […]

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We have already Brexited ourselves

by Chris Baker

07/12/2018 11:01

Chris Baker, Director of Research for the William Temple Foundation, argues that Brexit has already happened psychologically. It is time, he says, to follow William Temple’s lead and work on re-imagining our national future. As I write this blog, it is clear that the UK is about to enter the most momentous period of political […]

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Jenny Leigh is in the third year of her PhD at Durham University. Previously, she worked in Westminster—as a parliamentary researcher, and in social policy. She is currently involved in the Tyne and Wear chapter of the community organising group Citizens UK. In the first of a pair of blogs, Jenny reflects on how community […]

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