Balfour Declaration, Brexit, British Government

Balfour Declaration Centenary

In June last year, I was privileged to be invited as a guest speaker at the Israeli embassy in London. I spoke about the special role that Israel has in the world, a true democracy in the Middle East. My wife, Lady Taylor, and I have had the pleasure of meeting the brilliant Mr. Mark Regev, the Israeli ambassador to …

Prayer, Authority, National Prayer Breakfast, Donald Trump, Washington

Praying for Those in Authority

Lady Laura and I were privileged to attend the recent 65th President’s National Prayer Breakfast in Washington DC. Prayer was the centre of our itinerary. We were reminded that interceding in prayer for those in authority is not an option. The biblical command is overlooked in the Church today. That command is to first pray for those in authority. Scripture …

Brexit and the EU Budget (EUC Report)

For more than 40 years Britain has been a part of the European family. The famous soul music hit “We Are Family” summed up the relationship. But, sadly, wedlock increasingly became seen as padlock. On 23 June last year the British people decided to adopt another tune. This could best be described by the rock supergroup Queen’s anthem “I Want to Break …

House of Lords, Speech, Lord John Taylor of Warwick, Brexit

The Effect of Brexit on International Relations, UN and USA

In 1971 a young man from Liverpool named John Lennon wrote a song called Imagine. You may be relieved to know I am not going to sing it, but the last verse reads: You may say I’m a dreamer, But I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us And the world will live as one. There remain …

Lord John Taylor of Warwick

Getting to Know Lord John Taylor of Warwick

Lord John Taylor of Warwick’s passion lies in creating positive change and peacemaking. The son of Jamaican immigrants, Lord John Taylor struggled against racism as a child growing up in Birmingham. After a visit to Westminster Abbey at a young age, however, Lord Taylor knew that he was meant to one day impact the lives of the people of Britain …