By introducing a mansion tax based on the last sale price of a property, rather than the current market value, the tax would hit only those who could afford to pay it, writes Tom Copley.
Category Archives: Good Society
Jesus’ instruction to love thy neighbour is the opposite of a politically convenient message, writes Simon Ravenscroft.
The logic of a radical vision for democratic education is winning students over, writes James Elliott.
The secular legal system can uphold the rights of minority women forced to conform to patriarchal religious laws, writes Lejla Kuric.
David Cameron told an audience last night that divine inspiration was at work when he came up with the concept of the Big Society. But would Jesus really have been a Cameroon?
In pledging to unleash the potential of communities across our country, Ed Miliband looks like a prime minister in waiting, writes Richard Carr.
Eric Pickles’s comments on ‘militant atheists’ belie an ignorance as to what secularism is, writes Matthew Broomfield.