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An intriguing piece by Andrew Lilico over at Archbishop Cranmer. Here is a sine qua non for a religion’s being de facto the state religion: conduct in accordance with the orthodox requirements of that religion must be at the very …

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I’ve now finished reading the paper on abortion and mental health that appeared in the latest issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry. The paper is dynamite and I’ll summarise it below. This is not an individual study but rather …

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I’ve not blogged a lot on the Equality Bill currently going through the UK Parliament, mainly because I haven’t had much to say. There’s also very good coverage on Thinking Anglicans (and very poor opinion in the comments) which is …

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Apparently there is some concern about my previous post, particularly whether any of the routes I highlighted are actually any good. I think we need some clarifications. i) I used to drive into Central London, especially Westminster, at least once …

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Here in the UK (and I guess elsewhere if my friends in the US are anything to go by) the price of petrol ("gas" for you colonists) has shot up in the last few weeks. Only yesterday the price per …

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