One of the many reasons for missing life in central London is Daunt Books. I’ve mentioned it a few times here, including in this post
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I’m starting a new occasional blog series with this post, which was stimulated by something I recently read in Daniel Hill’s challenging book White Awake: An
Today’s lockdown reading is unique. It’s never been published before (apart from being posted on this blog about four years ago) but I think you’ll
Does the legacy of a heroic struggle for justice cover over a multitude of sins?
Or does the iconic hero’s fatal flaw render him and, perhaps even his legacy, leprous?
Is it ‘one strike and you’re out’ or might the twitteratti just possibly permit nuance and, dare I say it, complexity?
Elizabeth Berridge, until very recently, was the youngest woman in the House of Lords, the UK’s upper house in Parliament. Raised to the peerage in the
While I was in the States at the end of last month, I had an afternoon to kill in Philadelphia. So the completely obvious thing
Nearly 10 years ago, a dear friend of mine was addressing a gathering of Ugandan MPs in the Parliament building in Kampala (around the 40th
If there is a point to Barack Obama becoming US President – and let’s face it, how can we ever reduce anyone’s life to having
I have been waiting for years for someone to write this book. And so I’m hugely grateful to Tim Keller. He’s clearly the man for