The risk is that we sigh with relief and think all will soon be well. That would be to ignore some very serious challenges confronting us that we do not seem as a nation to be taking seriously.Productivity... More

This month’s discussion starter is a bit different. It’s not a story, but a straightforward discussion... More

There were riots in Athens as their Parliament confirmed the package. This involves a ‘growth package’ of €86 billion (£61 billion). The deal is dependent on major reforms in Greece; €25 billion will be... More

He wants a low tax, high wage economy in which benefits are targeted at those unable to work by reasons of age or disability. The economy has grown at 3% this year, faster than in any of the developed... More

Pray faithfully for your local community and expect transformation, says Gerard Kelly. More

The polls show Labour and the Conservatives too close for comfort. The temptation to produce a give-away budget must have been strong but Osborne had to resist it and play the prudence card so he could... More

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‘The disciple stands as an envoy or a receiver by which the kingdom of God is conveyed into every quarter... More

David Cameron made it one of his campaign priorities in 2010 and is now accused of breaking the promises he made then. The 29 A&E and maternity units he promised to save have all closed. A&E waiting times... More

What can be done to revive real democracy in Britain? Surely no one wants a dictatorship. Electoral reform was offered and rejected. The Recall of MPs Bill, which is close to becoming law, will allow electors... More