I actually find this really interesting (and well done Tom for having the courage to be open and honest).
From the transcript:
Well that someone is a guy. And it did take me by surprise a little bit. It was always in the back of my head that something like that could happen. But . . . → Read More: Tom Daley Comes Out
Bull vs Hall at the Supreme Court is out and it’s fascinating.
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The interesting discussion is whether the Bulls discriminated against Hall and Preddy directly or indirectly. Three of the judges ruled that the discrimination was direct (i.e. that because the law said that Civil Partners should be treated like . . . → Read More: Bull vs Hall – Supreme Court Ruling
This letter is doing the rounds on Twitter today.
It’s extraordinary isn’t it? What is so peverse about this is that the letter itself is incredibly racist. The kids are going to learn about religious artefacts and if their parents don’t want them to they get a racial discrimination note on their file? Really? . . . → Read More: Confusion of Terms
Another week, another story about the Pilling report, this time in the Daily Mail (and this time nothing to do with me).
A panel of bishops is set to spark a fresh row over homosexuality by paving the way for the Church of England to relax its stance on gay clergy.
Sources said the group . . . → Read More: The CofE and SSM
Panorama on the BBC tonight had a report that promotes the notion that the Government should make it illegal not to report child abuse suspicions.
Teachers and other professionals who do not report child abuse suspicions should face prosecution, the ex-director of public prosecutions says.
Keir Starmer said under a British “mandatory reporting” law, . . . → Read More: When to Tell
It’s looking like the new press team at Lambeth Palace are really getting their act together. This is a brilliant bit of media.