Joe Egerton draws a comparison between the contemporary Parliamentary reformer, Dr Tony Wright MP, and the Jesuit political theologian, Robert Parsons.
As Parliament returned after the summer recess last week, so did the ongoing scandal over MPs’ expenses.
A 2009 report shows that the NHS paid £769 million in compensation in 2008/9, including over £100 million to lawyers acting for claimants. Joe Egerton argues that this demonstrates a flawed understanding of the relationship between the NHS and those it serves.
Joe Egerton suggests that we should see George Tyrrell’s story as a tragic episode in the history of the interplay between faith and reason – resulting from an approach to philosophy radically different to that of John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
22 June is the Feast Day of St Thomas More, the patron saint of statesmen. 'His life teaches us that Government is above all an exercise of virtue.'
As the controversy over the expenses claims made by Members of Parliament erodes the standing of Parliament, Joe Egerton suggests that Christians can draw on a thousand years of ethical and political theology, especially the thinking of St
Throughout the season of Lent, Thinking Faith will offer a series of reflections on how practicing austerity affects and benefits our own lives and the lives of those around us. In the first article of this series, Joe Egerton look
As the House of Lords completes its consideration of the Banking Bill, Joe Egerton draws attention to the case for limiting interest on loans by law, made by Keynes and Adam Smith.
This week’s appeal by the former head of Haringey Council’s children’s services against her dismissal has once again raised questions about the accountability of those involved in the tragic case of Baby P. Joe Egerton challenges the dema
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