Faith and Politics
The changing nature of politics - Labour Conference
My perspective on this year's Labour Conference.
Church of England Newspaper, 6 October 2017
How Christians on the Left plans to build bridges between faith groups and Labour
LabourList, 5 June 2017
Corbyn: Labour can learn lessons from faith groups' unity
My account of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's visit to the Labour Party's annual conference church service.
Sharing passion, disagreeing well
Writing with Steven Saxby. We call for people to do politics well by each other.
Christians on the Left, 13 September 2016
Protecting the helpless in Iraq and Syria
Christians on the Left is submitting a Contemporary Resolution to the Labour Party Conference.
Keep focused on the mission
We must not let UKIP's recent success distract us from our mission to do politics differently.
Christians on the Left, 27 May 2014
Still Christian, still socialist but starting where the voters are
The Christian Socialist Movement, part of the Labour family, is changing its name. I explain why.
LabourList, 22 August 2013
Christian Socialist Movement - what's in a name?
My letter in the Church Times on the Christian Socialist Movement's name change consultation.
Church Times, 25 January 2013
Changing our name
Should the Christian Socialist Movement be called something different?
Christian Socialists echo call for power with responsibility
Labour leader links bank crisis, MP expenses and phone hacking CSM calls again for bank reform
Celebrating Christian involvement in politics
The Christian Socialist Movement's 50th anniversary.
Church of England Newspaper , 27 May 2011
Christian Socialist Movement - fifty years on
An essay published for CSM's 50th anniversary reception.
Leading the debate on the family
Outlining the points made in CSM's Tawney Dialogue by a cabinet minister and others
CSM 23 March 2010
Christian Socialist Movement
Beer on the economic crisis
Into the unknown
Christian investing amidst a changing climate
Step up the pressure on corporate polluters
A film for our time?
Budget 2017: missed opportunities