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An Evening with Ariane Sherine

Wanstead Library Monday 27 January. 19.30 Ariane Sherine has had a fascinating, diverse career. From singing with Duran Duran, to writing for The Spectator and Guardian, to writing for TV comedy shows. One of her most memorable and far-reaching ideas … Continue reading

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Bizarre Parliamentary Practices

The extraordinary and unmerited privileges enjoyed by the C of E come under the spotlight in this Newham Recorder opinion piece (for publication 5.2.20)

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Tackling education religion division

Boris Johnson has like all recent PMs vowed to heal division. This opinion piece, Barking & Dagenham Post 1 Jan 2020, stresses the importance of tackling the religious rift in our our schools.

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Humanist Climate Hustings Success

Wanstead Library was packed out on 25 Nov for the Climate and Environment Hustings organised by East London Humanists. The panel – John Cryer (Lab), Noshaba Khiljee (Con), Ashley Gunstock (Green) and Ben Sims (Lib Dem) – set out their … Continue reading

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Climate Election – Newham

East London Humanists argue that climate and the environment should be at the top of the agenda in the upcoming election (Newham Recorder opinion piece 28.11.19)

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A rational moral compass

The case for a moral compass we work out for ourselves through reason and compassion (Ilford Recorder Faith Column. 28.11.19)

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Climate Election – Barking&Dagenham

East London Humanists argue that climate and the environment should be at the top of the agenda in the upcoming general election (Barking & Dagenham Post opinion piece 20.11.19)

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Charity Disparity

Antiquated charity laws which advantage promotion of religious dogma come under the spotlight (Barking & Dagenham Post. Opinion Piece 9.10.19)

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Wasps, humans, the planet

Exploration of the links between extreme Christian fundamentalist ideology, human expansion and destruction of the planet. Opinion piece Newham Recorder 12.9.19

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Hope in the midst of division

The important role Humanists play advocating progressive secular policies across party political lines is examined in Barking & Dagenham Post opinion piece (28.8.19).

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