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The rise of European crime drama

The rise of European crime drama

Television crime drama has come a long way since the magnolia simplicity and warmth of Z-Cars and Dixon of Dock Green. Driven forward by popular series such as Wallander, Scandinavian-made…

Understanding the result of the referendum

Understanding the result of the referendum

In the end the betting odds were a better guide to the outcome of the Scottish Referendum than the opinion polls. No doubt the experts will spend a lot of…

David Cameron and the faith

David Cameron and the faith

For a man who once said that he doesn’t wear his faith on his sleeve, David Cameron has made a habit of speaking about faith in uncompromising terms. He has…

Getting a real understanding of multiculturalism

Getting a real understanding of multiculturalism

Both the abused young girls in Rotherham and the ‘Trojan horse’ affair in Birmingham reveal defects in popular ideas of multiculturalism. Properly understood, multiculturalism means respect for different cultures and…

Ending the London Establishment

Ending the London Establishment

You now know the outcome of this momentous Scottish Referendum. Whatever it is, something like 45 per cent or more of the Scottish people will have rejected the English Establishment.…

The battle for the soul of the Church

The battle for the soul of the Church

As the dust settles people are beginning to realise that more was at stake in the debate over women bishops than breaking the church’s glass ceiling? According to Linda Woodhead,…

Christians under fire

Christians under fire

The Christians being attacked in Northern Iraq are ‘too Christian’ to excite the Left and ‘too foreign’ to interest the Right. So said Régis Debray. Church leaders have challenged the…

Ashya: a story that can have no good outcome

Ashya: a story that can have no good outcome

I have a new resolution at the beginning of this school year: that I will no longer cravenly seek permission for my children’s absences from school for their music exams…

The inspiration of the Bible in times of war

The inspiration of the Bible in times of war

WW1 case studies: Pte George Sinclair. The Rev Nigel Sinclair shares his memories with Hazel Southam   When the Rev Nigel Sinclair was a small boy he used to get…

Responding to the jihadist threat

Responding to the jihadist threat

Thank God for Nick Baines, Bishop of Leeds, who has written to David Cameron to accuse him and his government of doing nothing to help Christians in Iraq who are…

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