I am still very much on the fence about which way to vote in the EU referendum, but this doesn’t stop me having a strong opinion on the nature of the debate.
It’s one of those amusing quirks of history that we have a national patron saint who never visited England, would not have spoken the language of these isles at that time and probably could not even name this little island.
Since the New Year, both my maternal grandmother and grandfather have passed away. It was not a sudden or unexpected thing and in many ways I believe there was a relief with them passing. I have to commend my mum and uncle for their relentless care and the navigation of our confused and unintegrated health […]
This blog was originally written by Daniel for the Huffington Post. I was delighted to hear Alistair Burt MP speak during the FaithAction Faith and Health conference last week and also pleasantly surprised that he didn’t shy from some of the thorny issues around faith. In fact, he confirmed my belief that UK society benefits […]
Much of the activity of faith-based organisations contributes to health and wellbeing. However, commissioners and health and social care professionals don’t always understand this, and faith-based practitioners often don’t recognise it themselves. I have to admit I do like to watch the odd romantic comedy, and like any firm funny film there is often a […]