Category Archives: UK

Responding to Religiously-Inspired Terror: Mayor Sadiq Khan on the London Attacks

Just to quick note to point to recent RSIS Commentaries on the London terror attack in March outside parliament. The first to appear was by myself, titled as the headline here, which looks at the way such events may be … Continue reading

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British Politics, Deliberative Democracy, and Interfaith Dialogue

This is a lecture I delivered on 30th April 2015 at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge:

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And did those feet in ancient times: some thoughts on “Britishness” and “Christian England”

The recent debates over “Britishness” have focused very much on nationalist lines, but within the concept of “Britishness” are strong (at least implicit) religious connotations. Indeed, before deciding that Magna Carta (one wonders why with an expensive private education how … Continue reading

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