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Politics Today

Premier's political editor, Martyn Eden, looks at what is happening in the corridors of power through a Christian perspective.

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This week’s press has carried suggestions that the UK economy is broken.  The most obvious way in which this is true is our poor productivity.... More

Where is Britain going? Have we lost our way in our preoccupation with leaving the EU? More

“The church must keep up with the modern world by allowing same-sex couples to marry in church”. So said the Equalities Secretary, Justine Greening... More

Stable family life is a crucial factor in maintaining social stability and the statistics of family breakdown are deeply worrying. If current... More

The 2016 Referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union decided we should leave the EU by a relatively narrow margin of 52% to 48%.... More

From a conventional perspective Jeremy Corbyn is not a typical leader. He doesn’t get on with his parliamentary party, who have tried to get... More

Theresa May has been accused of giving the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) a £1billion ‘bung’ to keep her in Downing Street, implying (not too... More

Britain is a deeply divided nation. The most obvious symptom of this is the division between those who want us to leave the EU and those who... More

When Theresa May said “Brexit means Brexit” she must surely have meant only that her Government would negotiate to take the UK out of EU membership.... More

As we prepare to vote this week, the polls are giving us confused information as to the likely outcome. Theresa May said she called the election... More