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With the buzz of the Rugby World Cup gradually fading, it’s a great relief to all test match-starved rugby fans that the Six Nations is just around the corner. 499 more words
The tail end of 2015 was a pretty rough time to be an Ireland fan – the humbling climax of their World Cup campaign was compounded by the reality that it also spelled the end for Paul O’Connell’s test career, and beset by injuries, Joe Schmidt’s men limp towards the Six Nations with much to prove. 426 more words
Anglican Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury: A Sign of Hope for the Decriminalisation of Homosexuality?
This post was first published on the Westminster Faith Debates blog.
The Anglican Communion made global headlines a few weeks ago, after the Primates (the senior bishops of all the Anglican churches worldwide), assembled in Canterbury, decided to take measures against one member church, the Episcopal Church in the United States, because of its ‘recent change of marriage doctrine’. 751 more words
All too often the south east gets subsumed into London, with the assumption being that just because London is well catered for in terms of live music, everyone in Kent is as well. 181 more words