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A Quick Guide to my Heart

Right folks. After spending Friday night in hospital with my heart doing slightly silly things, and thinking we’d sorted this out 18 months ago, here’s a quick guide to what’s going on inside me.

This first video is a normal sinus rhythm. It has a standard PQRST formation and this is what your heart and . . . → Read More: A Quick Guide to my Heart

Are we reading Giles Fraser wrong?

Here’s the man himself talking about his reasons for resigning.

Was it actually just one man sticking to his principles, or is it a case of there being more to it? When he talks about “extraordinary, grown-up and respectful conversations”, is he being totally transparent or choosing his words carefully?

Discuss!

Huffington Post

The Huffington Post asked me to write about St Paul’s. Who was I to say no?

What a 24 hours! First there was a flash evensong on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral (think the cool T-Mobile advert in Liverpool Street Station, but with a spontaneous church service instead) which I was fortunate to attend. . . . → Read More: Huffington Post

1955 – 56th Anniversary

The Crumbling of the St Paul’s Chapter

Some interesting thoughts from Campbell Campbell-Jack on the ongoing St Pauls / #occupylsx debacle.

Even bampots should feel free to protest. The Occupy London protesters may be self-regarding and sanctimonious, faulty in their analysis and confused in their solutions, nevertheless, if they feel strongly enough they should camp out in St Paul’s and shout to . . . → Read More: The Crumbling of the St Paul’s Chapter

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