The uncomfortable truth is that the connection between faith and social action is a powerful dynamic, doing good stuff that otherwise would not get done,
Camber Sands Inquest Needs To Deliver
Coast and beach are parts of our identity. Risks are known. But at Camber Sands it was small worldliness that characterised a tragic event.
Footie To Divorce Gambling? Don’t Bet On It
The beautiful game has fallen out of love with bookies. But will it be a "hard" or "soft" divorce?
Vital Tax Debate Has Barely Begun
The terrible attacks and tragedies in Manchester and London have raised awareness of the value and cost of key public services. There is an opportunity to build a consensus and change the narrative on public services, social good and taxation. Our politicians need to take it.
Grenfell Tragedy: Lessons We Must Learn
The time now must have come for housing itself to be like gas, electricity and water: A vital utility that is fundamental to a civic, decent, economically productive society.
No Majority, No Allies, No Dignity, No Respect – But Theresa May Has One Last Sting In Her Tail
May is doomed, but never forget the Conservatives taste and instinct for power.
Mr Dacre, A Free Press Must Recognise Its Responsibilities
Newspapers should use their special power in opinion forming with care
Loudshirts becomes Makes You Think
"Simon Sapper Makes You Think." - that has a good ring to it
The Problem With May’s Terrorist Response? It Just Doesn’t Add Up
We need to be as tough on the causes of terrorism as we are on those who murder and maim