Tim Farron is a perfectly tolerant Christian | Joseph Prebble

When Theresa May announced that she was, with the appropriate consent of Parliament, to call a general election on June the 8th, the political world scrambled to prepare itself for the now seemingly annual democratic marathon. Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron might well have been the happiest to hear of the election, with a lot […]

To Christmas, to family | Will Saunders

We are told, in this confusing age of such swirling flux and old-fangled modernity, that Christmas has little place. It is but a consumerist parody of its former self, a ghost that lingers to serve only the masters of the rat race we run ourselves ragged in. Instead of coming together, and appreciating the candlelit company […]

Refusing to bake a cake is not discrimination | Joseph Prebble

If anyone heard me semi-audibly whisper-shout ‘f*** off’ at my phone screen in statistics yesterday morning, know that it was not because of my phone being slow or a lack of coffee. No, it was the death of true justice and freedom of opinion that should act as a warning to everyone who may one […]