I was recently asked by a French journalist to give my views on how UBI might change our experience of work. I argue that UBI may be the key to rediscovering the true meaning of work.
Scottish is independence is inevitable. If we accept this then it will become easier for England to start to address the real issues it must confront.
A poem to honour the work of PFG Doncaster - the home of true peer support - and a community that knows that "our citizenship begins the moment that we claim it."
The Church needs to embrace Basic Income or be complicit with social injustice.
We should treat he results GE2019 as a severe emergency demanding radical action.
True security can only be found in a community of citizens who honour their obligations to each other.
George MacDonald (1824-1905) was a Christian who wrote novels, poetry, sermons and fairy tales.
Barnsley offers us hope of a community that commits to equal citizenship.
The Communist Manifesto is is 170 years old. It is still relevant?
It's not the nanny state we've got to worry about; it's something far worse.
A summary of some of the leading crimes and injustices of Tory Austerity.
Inequality feeds a false sense of superiority on the part of the powerful.
My perspective on the unfolding disaster of Tory (non) welfare reform.
Universal Credit is not in accordance with the principles of Matthew 20:1-16.
Reclaiming the Common Good explores how and why society we lost our way.
There is a stark contrast between promising reforms in Australia and radical reversals in the England.