Monthly Archives: June 2016

Negotiating Brexit

It was to be expected that there would be outpourings of shock and disbelief over the last few days as the news of the Leave vote sunk in. Grief needs to be let out and people need to process what … Continue reading

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Post EU instability

The UK has decided, by a very slender majority, that it wants to leave the European Union. We are now in a strange and uncertain place. ┬áThis morning in Peterborough city centre I bumped into people who were jubilant, celebrating … Continue reading

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Life lived in the light of faith

There are times when our readings make me aware that we have come a very long way since they were written; that we live in different times. The first reading (2 Samuel 11:26-12:15) talks of events nearly 3,000 years ago. … Continue reading

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