Monthly Archives: January 2013

Same sex marriage bill voted on

Quakers will be celebrating (organic muffins all round) as the same sex marriage bill is published, likely to be debated in Parliament in February. UPDATE Crucial vote in Parliament this week (5th Feb?).  I think it is lovely how all … Continue reading

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Christians not persecuted

The European Court has held that in three high profile cases, Christians were not persecuted.  The fourth case said an airline steward was able to wear a small cross at work. All decisions which balance good principles against genuinely held … Continue reading

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Trident, useless and we cannot afford it.

Trident is useless and we can’t afford it.  We can’t afford it, not least, because I have never met anyone who deep down believed it would be right (or worthwhile) to fire them, even against someone who had fired theirs first.  Trident … Continue reading

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Two third support same sex marriage

A poll in The Guardian says that the country backs same sex marriage two to one.  A poll in the Telegraph which says more or less “given that civil partnerships already exist so really they don’t need marriage do they?” … Continue reading

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