A guide to liberal faith: from a liberal

Most people are surprised when I tell them that I am a man of faith. Not because I’m some sort of deviant who left the rails of righteousness many years ago, but because I’ve always portrayed myself as a man of reason and logic, and I’ve spoken about my love and interest of science, in […]

Faith schools should be a thing of the past

It’s only a week to go until the Liberal Democrats’ Spring Conference in York and one policy motion in particular, has me quite animated. It’s the policy motion regarding faith schools and the role they should, or shouldn’t play in our education system, moving forward. Those of you know me (and for those of you […]

The Christian Case for Electoral Reform

It’s a topic many within the political sphere talk about, but far fewer want to see anything done about it. The issue of electoral reform has been on the Liberal agenda for decades and more recently has gathered support from UKIP, the SNP, the Green Party, Plaid Cymru and even from some within the Labour […]

The Christian Case for the European Union

This week saw quiet success for the Liberal Democrats. Across the country, people took to the ballot box to have their say in council elections, regional elections and mayoral elections. The Liberal Democrats were the only party to gain control of a council; the Liberal Democrats gained the most number of new councillors; the Liberal […]

What Does Easter Mean?

It’s that time of year again, already! The darkness of winter is behind us and we’re all settling down to tuck into our favourite brands of chocolate, in front of whatever trash ITV has deemed worthy of being the “bank holiday blockbuster”. I am of course, talking about Easter. Most people know Easter has something […]