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Church leaders, academics, poets and musicians get ready to celebrate the 100th birthday of Zimbabwe’s “leper saint”

Trevor Grundy | 10 June, 2021 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

The late John Bradburne – Roman Catholic missionary, lover of the poor and dis-advantaged, eco-warrior and  now a world – acclaimed poet   by Trevor Grundy June 14, 2021 marks…   Read more >

Cathedral survived the war(only just) but could now face closure because of Covid pandemic

Trevor Grundy | 8 June, 2021 | Category: Uncategorized

The Cathedral’s income fell by 90 percent last year. It spends £8 million a year in running costs (Picture: Trevor Grundy)   by  Trevor Grundy St Paul’s Cathedral is one…   Read more >

Plan to file secret racism reports at Cambridge University in 2021 reminds Jewish academic of the 15th century Inquisition in Spain

Trevor Grundy | 2 June, 2021 | Category: Uncategorized

Francisco Goya (1745-1828) Procession of flagellants(detail)   by Trevor Grundy   A scheme by Cambridge University to name and shame anyone who students believe are behaving in a racist way…   Read more >

A ‘smoking tape’ could end Boris Johnson’s premiership, says Britain’s top constitutional historian

Trevor Grundy | 30 May, 2021 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

by Trevor Grundy Boris Johnson’s premiership could be at stake if a “smoking tape” can be produced  that shows he did say he’d sooner see bodies piled high in their…   Read more >

A timely and courageous insight into an African despot who won the hearts and wallets of the global elite

Trevor Grundy | 30 April, 2021 | Category: Book Reviews Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

  ‘DO NOT DISTURB -The story of a political murder and an African Regime gone bad’ by Michela Wrong (Fourth Estate, London 2021 pp. 488)   Review by Trevor Grundy…   Read more >

Gordon Brown warns that Britain could become a failed state as Scotland’s first minister likens Boris Johnson to a frightened mouse

Trevor Grundy | 25 January, 2021 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

January 25th , 2021 and the legend of the great Robert Burns lives on. Tonigh, millions of Scots will raise their glasses and remember their greatest poet, a true son…   Read more >

Bye, bye American Guy . . . but the economic and social chaos that brought Donald Trump to power four years ago is as strong as ever

Trevor Grundy | 20 January, 2021 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

    By Trevor Grundy   As Joe Biden gets ready to be inaugurated as America’s  46th president, leading political and social commentators in Britain and America say that the…   Read more >

Spies and lies and a blocked search for truth sixty years after the murder of Patrice Lumumba in the Congo

Trevor Grundy | 4 January, 2021 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

Patrice Lumumba on his way to a horrendous death in the Congo on January 17, 1961     “What do you think spies are: priests, saints and martyrs? They’re a…   Read more >

England’s day of shame: A country captured by “gambling liars, frivolous clowns and their paid cheerleaders”

Trevor Grundy | 31 December, 2020 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

      by Trevor Grundy Conservative MPs have praised it as a triumph, the day that marks the end of decades of inter-party squabbling about Britain’s role in Europe….   Read more >

Anglican and Roman Catholic archbishops are not what the Christian faithful deserve, says outspoken religious affairs correspondent

Trevor Grundy | 29 December, 2020 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

Canterbury Cathedral, the Mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Communion (Picture: Trevor Grundy)   by Trevor Grundy It’s the 850th anniversary of the murder in Canterbury Cathedral of Thomas Becket…   Read more >