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Reform Magazine | August 25, 2019

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February 2019

I am… on £1.86 a day

25/01/2019 |

A foodbank user describes living on £1.86 a day

I’m a bus driver but I lost my job two years ago and have been out of work since then. I signed on to jobseeker’s allowance but became homeless and was … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘When I get anxious, I think of Agnes’

25/01/2019 |

Sheila Maxey looks ahead, inspired by Agnes

‘Out with the old and in with the new!’ we used to say, cheerfully and loudly, on Hogmanay, at midnight, when I was a child. We would shoo the old year out at … Read More

Chapter & verse: Exodus 16

25/01/2019 |

Francis Brienen finds God’s provision in the wilderness

The book of Exodus has provided rich pickings for film directors through the years. It is easy to see why. There is plenty of material that is full of imagination and drama: … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: Church toilets

25/01/2019 |

Paul Kerensa on awkward moments in church toilets

The number of toilets in your church gets truly tested when you’ve got a bit of a do. One or two WCs might be enough for sporadic use before or after a … Read More

Reviews – February 2019

25/01/2019 |

Standup for the underclass

JellyfishDirected by James GardnerCertificate 15, 101 minutesReleased 15 February

Margate. Sarah (Liv Hill), a 15-year-old schoolgirl, acts as mother to her younger siblings, Marcus and Lucy – getting them up in the mornings, taking them to … Read More

Interview: Innocence and experience

25/01/2019 |

Michelle Diskin Bates talks to Stephen Tomkins 

On 26 April 1999, the TV presenter Jill Dando was killed, and 13 months later, Barry George was arrested and charged with her murder. Although the council for the defence were confident that … Read More