We would not stand for right-to-die campaigners issuing calls for legislative change from outside geriatric wards or funeral homes. So why on earth should we tolerate this?
The time spent by universities on recruiting chaplains with palatable views would be better spent promoting equality of opportunity and a positive educational experience for each and every student.
YOU’VE only read the headline, but your hackles might already be up. What knowledge, exactly? What power? And how many paragraphs before the big reveal? For or against, “foetus” or “baby”, right or wrong. I don’t blame you. When people start talking about the reality of abortion, I get suspicious too. It took a showContinue reading “Knowledge is power, so let’s talk honestly about abortion”
LAST week, as Theresa May dithered and swithered about whether she had a deal or no deal with the DUP, I had a pang of nostalgia for the comparatively simple days of 2010, when Nick Clegg’s gung-ho Liberal Democrats hopped swiftly into bed with the Tories. The accepted narrative about that coupling is that CalamityContinue reading “Tim Farron was wrong to believe the personal was not political”
A working group on LGBT-inclusive education is a good start … but how much influence with the Catholic Church have?
The policing of Muslim women on French beaches was so utterly wrong-headed, even the Daily Mail disapproved.
Which is the more troubling antisocial behaviour? Kids gone wild in KFC or Christian fundamentalists preaching across the road?