"A story from India in The New York Times shows just how controversial completely unassisted suicide can be"
Andrew Brown hears that the official church machinery is gearing up for a ferocious assault against the Assisted Dying Bill.
Stephen Bates finds that the papers have generally ignored the "milksoppery" of the Bishop of Dover
Andrew Brown believes Justin Welby's interviewer, Robert Chalmers, was determined to rile his victim,
Andrew Brown considers the case of Lord Sewel
Andrew Brown considers a "curious hit-job on Tim Farron for being an Evangelical"
Andrew Brown praises a piece in The Guardian about a deradicalisation programme that might be effective
Andrew Brown reviews a feature about the Church and sexuality by Cole Moreton
Andrew Brown finds a wonderful example of the
sort of journalism that only the internet makes possible
Andrew Brown is full of praise for Tim
Stanley's piece on the Pope's encyclical in the Telegraph
Andrew Brown reviews Damian Thompson's
Spectator piece on the future of Christianity in England