Stephen Cottrell: A Crisis of Confidence

In his presidential address to the Diocesan Synod of Chelmsford in March 2017, he began by reminding his audience that he was their "Father in God" and that "all clergy and licenced ministers make an oath of canonical obedience to me, regardless of disagreement on some issues."

Children of ‘the Children of Plenty’ Are Rising in Anger

It was Hadley who having served as National Security Adviser during Bush’s second term, broke with the then Aspen consensus to warn plainly that foreign-policy experts should pay careful attention to the growing public anger; that “globalization was a mistake”, and that “the elites have sleep-walked the country into danger.”

Stranger in a Strange Land

“A dying culture invariably exhibits personal rudeness. Bad manners. Lack of consideration for others in minor matters. A loss of politeness, of gentle manners, is more significant than is a riot.” Robert A. Heinlein

Uluru Spotlights Prosperity Question

Ultimately the supply chain for cultural tourism must be supported. This includes better educating Anangu children in both the modern world and for their families to have the strength to teach their culture in a healthy and fostering environment.

Climate Fascists Are Closing Down our Theatres

‘Young people are telling us that BP sponsorship is putting a barrier between them and their wish to engage with the RSC,’ said a spokesperson. The pomposity of this might be funny if it weren’t that BP has subsidised their £5 ticket scheme for 16 to 25-year-olds for eight years, allowing 80,000 young people to see RSC performances at reduced rates.

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