Monthly Archives: July 2015

Wide Horizons, Narrow Visions

Over the years I have spent an inordinate amount of time sitting (or standing) on public transport. As well as preparing me for purgatory this has had the advantage of enabling me to overhear the conversations of many, mostly Australian, … Continue reading

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Why We Should Welcome Refugees

Among ordinary folk the debate around accepting asylum seekers reduces itself to one of two propositions. Either one argues ‘do to others as you would have them do to you‘ or else ‘charity begins at home.’ Are either of these … Continue reading

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