Common sense is not rocket science – but it does need to be hard-wired to job content, from methodology to appraisal
The uncomfortable truth is that the connection between faith and social action is a powerful dynamic, doing good stuff that otherwise would not get done,
Coast and beach are parts of our identity. Risks are known. But at Camber Sands it was small worldliness that characterised a tragic event.
Do we have too few shared experiences to make us feel part of a mass social movment?
Why Trump's behaviour is a problem
Artificial Intelligence is on the move, as sure as a river flows to the sea. We need to be ready for the journey.
Neither Universal basic Income nor six hour Swedish days can meet the challenge of automation
New technology can give us more than we bargained for.
With the UK government elected by less than 25% of the electorate, the centre left shut out of politics, and SNP-reduced Parliamentary airspace for Labour, is this a perfect storm set to break ?
From Richmond to the jungle, is Hope back on the agenda?