Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Morality and manifestos – what the smaller parties say

THIS article is a roundup of what the smaller parties’ manifestos say on the moral issues we follow at Christian Concern.

Labour’s reverence for the murderers of millions

In 1910, Labour’s first leader, Keir Hardie, declared that ‘ memory is a consecrated treasure in the heart of millions of the best men...

Our Down’s son and the truths that can’t be said

I KNOW it's shocking but if we'd known how things would turn out we might have made different decisions.  We...

Coming out as a Brexiteer

THERE is little doubt that anti-Brexit groups have been very successful at claiming the moral high ground, portraying themselves as educated, socially...

Blinkered Greens are to blame for our wildfires

NO ONE should be surprised that our bush in Australia is ablaze and our cities are smothered in smoke. 

Today’s hot topic: Binning the Bard

AN Oxford academic has dropped Shakespeare from her candidate interview questions in favour of J K Rowling lest candidates unfamiliar with the...

A Brexmas Carol: Stave 2

THE VAR check was quickly done, confirming the penalty, and the Newcastle faithful roared with delight. As Shelvey placed...

Readers’ comments: Bravo, Nick

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Editor's pick of the week, https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/editors-pick-of-the-week-10/ Nigel Ford wrote:

What price another Tory-LibDem co-habitation?

AT FIRST glance the idea seems ridiculous, doesn’t it? After all, LibDem leader Jo Swinson has built her party’s entire campaign around one...

It’s not unChristian to oppose too much immigration

THERE is probably no issue which furnishes a higher potential for virtue-signalling than that of immigration. To declare how much one supports...