People need poetry to inspire a sense of vision; a pity that so much jargon clutters the view. The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) has done us all a favour by exposing the most irritating cases
As Britain slowly unpicks the threads that once wove it together, where does Christianity now belong? An EU ruling in April 2014 that Cornwall is recognised as a national minority has been heralded by the Cornish
Ours may now be a post-heroic era, but the foundation of a good character which respects opponents should remain the basis of our politics.
Even before his death, Nelson Mandela was hailed as the last great hero of ...
The social landscape is changing for men and one generation in particular is not adjusting well. A report commissioned by the Samaritans has overturned assumptions about the most ‘at risk’ categories for suicide.
Christians should have a spiritual curiosity over the internet; it might enable them to take a lead in establishing values. Beeban Kidron’s documentary, InRealLife (2013), explores the impact of the internet on human life
Two political deaths within a day afforded a salutary reminder of the use and abuse of power..
They are an unlikely couple to be joined at death. Vaclav Havel, the dissident playwright and reluctant president and Kim Jong-il