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We are what we eat

Loving Father, pour out your Spirit upon us, your people, the Body of Christ, that as we break open your word to us in scripture may we hear your Living Word speaking to us, that we might be transformed by … Continue reading

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It’s election day for 27 County Councils, 7 Unitary Authorities, 2 elected Mayoralties, and one Parliamentary constituency in England, as well as on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales, and the Isles of Scilly. One of those UAs is Cornwall … Continue reading

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A few words amongst the millions being written

I’ve tried writing this post several times over. In the end, it was these words that kept speaking to me: I met a traveller from an antique land Who said: “Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the … Continue reading

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Registered Independent

In another post, a while ago, as a confirmed member of the Liberal Democrats, I wrote this: I have to ask myself, where else could I go? I may not be a rabid anti-Tory (I have a former SU colleague … Continue reading

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Running to stand still – or my life since #methconf

Phew, well, it’s been much longer since my last post than I anticipated when I posted it! The world has moved on (considering the title and topic of my last post I’m happy to let that comment stand as a … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions, decisions

Tomorrow is voting day in the UK, both for local and devolved governments in much of the country, and a referendum across the whole UK on how we elect Westminster MPs. I’m too busy writing essays to come up with … Continue reading

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Shades of grey

I am on record as saying that once upon a time, not so long ago, I had political ambitions. I was one of those strange people who actually desired to sit in the House of Commons in order to try … Continue reading

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