Category: Conservatives

Responding to Tim Ireland

Two days ago I got into a twitter conversation with Tim Ireland, better known online as @bloggerheads. Tim is widely recognised as a search engine guru, but on the side he’s not a great fan of the Conservative, and in

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Sharing Rooms

Many moons ago I went on a road trip through southern Utah with an Anglican priest friend of mine. We drove into St George in the early evening and looked for a cheap motel to stay at. It was when

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Why I’m Voting Conservative

There is one simple reason why I’m not just voting Conservative tomorrow but actually working hard to help elect an MP near to where I live. Here he is: This is the last “official” picture of Zachary. He died around

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Adrian Warnock on Voting Conservative – Part 3

Adrian Warnock finishes off his series. My biggest problem with Brown is that he does not seem like a good leader to me. Decisions seem to be dithered about for too long, and not clearly communicated when they are made.

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Adrian Warnock on why he’s voting Conservative

It should already be obvious to my US readers from this post that UK Christians are far from united in their political views.  Not for us a reflex vote in favor of the most Conservative, right-wing party. There is a

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We’re Caught in a Trap

I’m not into defacing posters per se, especially Tory ones, but this is rather humorous… H/T Guido

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