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Foretaste of heaven with Mary Berry

Angela Tilby: I AM quite surprised to be confessing this, but I was one of the 12.3 million to watch the final of The Great British Bake Off

Unfair dodging is dragging us down

Paul Vallely participates in a debate on ethics in public life

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

Ronald Blythe retreats indoors as a downpour batters the house

Make the most of your assets

Maggie Durran: We are facing another year of struggles with money and stewardship issues. Is there a way to break out of the struggle?

UKIP and a sense of betrayal

Angela Tilby: The Church has a significant lay constituency that is instinctively conservative; and within it some are inevitably drawn to UKIP

Something is wronga than Wonga

The deprivation in which loan sharks are able to flourish is the real problem, says Paul Vallely

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

Wet grass and windfalls remind Ronald Blythe of a childhood treat

Dodgy fish, dodgy store: my beef with Tesco

There has been something dismal and almost anti-social about Tesco's determination to get its way, says Angela Tilby

Behaving themselves in public

Paul Vallely considers the latest resignations by public figures, an MP and a bishop

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

Ronald Blythe takes Virginia Woolf down from the shelf

The victims are the ones we don’t hear

Angela Tilby: The creation of a culture of victimhood is often a strategy in nationalist and separationist movements. It provides excitement and romance, and catches the imagination of musicians, writers, and artists

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Huw Spanner hears tips for people who are interested in banking, investing, and saving more ethically, but who are unsure where to start  Subscribe to read more

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Looking for new funds? Pass the ice-bucket

As charities seek to attract a new generation of donors, they are having to find more targeted methods, reports Nick Jowett  Subscribe to read more

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