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Jeremy Corbyn is right about one thing – Saudi Arabia is not our friend

Jeremy Corbyn is right about one thing – Saudi Arabia is not our friend

James Bickerton July 17, 2017 0

Even a broken clock is right twice a day. Even Jeremy Corbyn occasionally gets something right. Saudi Arabia is Britain’s ally. So goes the conventional wisdom. We buy their oil, sell them arms and

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Has Atheism become Fundamentalist?

Has Atheism become Fundamentalist?

Backbencher August 10, 2013 32

It seems that every time an article about religion is posted online or a comment is made on twitter or even when somebody professes to having faith or a  religious inclination, a torrent of

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The Problem With Rupert Sheldrake

The Problem With Rupert Sheldrake

Sam Woolfe July 31, 2013 0

Rupert Sheldrake is an English author and parapsychologist (someone who studies paranormal phenomena, such as telepathy, precognition, psychokinesis and other forms of ESP). In recent times he gained notoriety for having his TED talk

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Religion’s role in politics

Religion’s role in politics

Backbencher June 23, 2013 0

By Rachel Auld   There is an old saying that the British Labour Party owes more to “Methodism than Marx”. In a secular state, religion and politics are not supposed to mix, but they

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Let’s point the finger properly, shall we?

Let’s point the finger properly, shall we?

Backbencher May 29, 2013 1

A critique of the sloppy excuse-making by Labour MP Hazel Blears in light of last week’s atrocity. By Richard Elliott The wake of last week’s attack on Drummer Lee Rigby at the hands of

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