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The EU Referendum: How Should We Decide?

  Making Your Mind Up As with much of the wider population, many Christians remain unclear as to how they will vote in the June referendum on EU membership.  Some are strongly committed to leave or to remain but most are probably still making their mind up.  Sadly much of the campaign is focussed simply […]

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  Five fresh questions about nuclear deterrence

I recently came across this joke about the nuclear deterrence debate: “it’s like a prehistoric bug trapped in amber: it had obviously been alive once, but it hadn’t moved in millions of years”. This characterisation was offered in 1987 (by Philip Bobbitt in Democracy and Deterrence). Nearly thirty years later, little appears to have changed. […]

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