The Church and the Charter

Thomas Andrew explores the forgotten Christian contributions to our most iconic legal document - Magna Carta

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Your unfunny t-shirts are not the answer

Student atheist and humanist societies should think again before using their 'Jesus and Mo' t-shirt stunt

The Climate Coalition: Local Love for a Global Problem

What kind of love will it take to tackle climate change?

Abolishing the Collective Act of Worship

Elizabeth Oldfield discusses the Westminster Faith Debates recommendations on Collective Worship

In touch with God’s feminine side?

(Re)gendered liturgy: where do we go from here, and how do we talk about it?

Blatt’s not enough

It's a mistake to think that a change in FIFA's leadership will remove those forces that have pulled football into the gutter

What would Saint Gaudi mean for secular space?

A campaign to make the architect Gaudi a saint reveals tensions in how we perceive the public square

We really do need a good right

David Cameron is back in Downing Street, but he would do well not to treat it as approval.

How could independents have a greater impact in UK politics?

The case for independents is growing, but the system needs to catch up.

A Psalm of Ascent

In our next piece on the future of British politics, Doug Gay explores the rise, and rise, of the Scottish National Party.

How is British politics changing?

With one week to go until election day, we'll be hosting a series of blogs on political realignment. How is British politics changing?

Will a new Labour party appear from the blue?

Can a commitment to greater economic equality be married to 'conservative' commitments to family, faith, and locality?

It doesn’t have to be like this

Andrew Bradstock and Jenny Sinclair argue that now is the time to forge a new politics which has the common good at its heart

Would you like to have more power?

Angus Ritchie discusses how we can put the common good back into the heart of our political and economic systems

Politicians at Easter and Bishops at Election

Simon Perfect argues politicians should be able to do God, but they must extend respect to religious leaders speaking about politics

Secularism is not the answer

Nick Spencer asks what lies beneath the word 'secular'

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