International Women’s Day

My Lords, I too thank the Minister for bringing this important debate before us and for her opening remarks. It was Rosa Parks who said that, “knowing what must be done does away with fear”, and her quiet determination not to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955 was the catalyst for the civil rights …

migration, Easter, Lord John Taylor of Warwick

Easter Eggs Us On To God’s Message

Church of England Article By Lord Taylor of Warwick It was Samuel Taylor Coleridge – sadly no relation – who said: “In politics, what begins in fear usually ends in folly” So much of the political rhetoric concerning asylum and immigration has historically been motivated by fear: fear of the foreigner, fear of those who look or sound different. But …