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Reform Magazine | September 24, 2020

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Editorial

Editorial: The measure of success

29/08/2020 |

There’s no surer way to show your age than by complaining about how education has changed. Apart from complaining about your aches and pains, I suppose, but I’ll spare you that for now.

I have fond memories of my O … Read More

Editorial: Keep appreciating

26/06/2020 |

I took a little bit ill last week. Nothing very specific, certainly not youknowwhat, but it was enough to put me in bed. The next morning, I felt well again. No, that’s not quite right. The next morning, I felt … Read More

Editorial: Read online for free

29/05/2020 |

Uncertain times. We had to rearrange this month’s Reform interview after the original interviewee was forced to pull out at the last moment because of the hospitalisation of a spouse. Huge thanks to Amanda Khozi Mukwashi of Christian Aid for … Read More

Editorial: A strange kind of crisis

24/04/2020 |

‘These are strange times’ is the phrase I think I’ve heard more than any other since the start of the coronavirus crisis. Historically, and indeed geographically, it is probably not so strange to live through a health crisis, however unusual … Read More

Editorial: Why I scrapped my sermon

25/03/2020 |

As so often in writing editorials for Reform, I find myself on the other side of big events from you. There have been, as I write, 1,395 cases of coronavirus confirmed in the UK, and I have had to change … Read More

Editorial: The hand of God?

21/02/2020 |

This week – as I write – in 1945, the place where I work was hit by a V2 flying bomb. The rocket directly hit a three-storey house; and, as well as neighbouring houses, the blast wrecked Presbyterian Church House, … Read More