'We have much more in common than separates
According to the Spectator, Jeremy Corbyn MP is a 'genuinely
nice man, hugely liked and admired by his colleagues', but his
socialist views 'simply have nothing to offer the average British
voter.' Third Way looked in on his constituency
It sounds almost sacrilegious to a faith based on loving one
another - but is it possible that empathy is sometimes bd for us?
Psychologist Kate Middleton looks at the
neuroscience of 'compassion fatigue' and other Biblical pointers
fro avoiding burnout.
We may fear cybercrime and terroism, but recent US rulings
against government mass-surveillance show there are limits to how
much privacy we're willing to sacrifice. Maddy Fry
believes St Augustine's theory of Just War provides a useful guard
rail in a slippery debate.