Tag: Voting

Seeing through the purple haze

Seeing through the purple haze

By-elections, immigration and the United Kingdom In Panic. by Njoki Mahiaini The battle for the centre ground is over, certainly for the time being. Indeed it is no longer unusual to hear committed Labourites waxing lyrical about the economic changes necessary to promote SMEs. Similarly, Conservatives who describes their “Passion for social justice” are no […]

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Votewise 2015

Votewise 2015

This reassuring, accessible and enjoyable guide to the 2015 General Election is for Christians who want to make sure their votes count. Published by SPCK in association with the Jubilee Centre, Votewise 2015 explains the main political ideas and buzz phrases that will become central in the next few months, clarifies the issues, and looks at them through a Christian lens. The book concludes by inviting Christian representatives of each of the five main political parties – Conservative, Green, Labour, Lib Dem and UKIP – to explain why they belong to the party they do, and to share their vision for the future.

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The Big Issues: A Group Discussion Guide for Voters by Guy Brandon and Rose Lynas

The Big Issues: A Group Discussion Guide for Voters by Guy Brandon and Rose Lynas

Eleven studies to accompany Votewise Now!, the Jubilee Centre book that helps evaluate the choices we will have as voters at the next election. Following the chapters in the book there are Bible studies on the Economy, Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Education, the Environment, International Order, Race Relations, Tax and Benefits, Employment and Housing. Each one […]

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Master your mind: How to vote ethically

Master your mind: How to vote ethically

See how many questions you can get right – and where to find the answers before the next election. All of us are at different places on the political spectrum. Votewise Now will not tell you how to vote, just help you vote according to your conscience. Careful thought and deliberation are needed to make […]

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Apolitical animal? by Nick Spencer

Apolitical animal? by Nick Spencer

Political disaffection is commonplace in modern Britain. Election turnouts are consistently disappointing, politicians are widely regarded as corrupt and mendacious, and party membership is at an all-time low. There is still a real need for the public to connect with, but also reshape, mainstream politics. Apolitical Animal? offers a Biblical perspective on this important issue. […]

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