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A Lost Prophetic Voice

Last week the world lost a moral leader who was respected by many from different religious and secular circles for his wisdom on contemporary issues. Lord Jonathan Sacks, whom I had the privilege of meeting in the Houses of Parliament…

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Prophet Without Honour

One hundred years ago this week, thousands lined the streets to farewell the man they had once voted their most popular countryman. • He had started their country’s first modern political party and served as their prime minister 1901-1905. •…

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Togetherness

Lost for many against the ‘horror’ background of halloween, global pandemic, American elections and a looming no-deal Brexit was the commemoration of Reformers’ Day on October 31. For on this day in 1517, ‘Hallowed Eve’ (hence Halloween) in the church calendar,…

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Polarised friends

The Dutch version of a book written by Pulitzer Prizewinner Anne Applebaum arrived this week, sent to me by my friend who had translated it for the publishers.  As the English title suggests, The Twilight of Democracy is a sober warning of…

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