Editor’s Blog


Richard Nye’s Comment – February 2016

A recent BBC documentary on religion offers more questions than answers for Richard Nye... Read More ›

The Richard Nye Column – December 2015

The course of Christmas greeting never did run smooth. Richard Nye prepares to fight them on the porches... Read More ›

The Richard Nye Column – November 2015

Two political heavyweights were laid to rest this month. Richard Nye recalls some brief encounters ... Read More ›

The Richard Nye Column – October 2015

HM The Queen is now the longest reigning monarch in British history. Richard Nye drops her a line... Read More ›

The Richard Nye Column – September 2015

Heathrow expansion is a moral maze. Richard Nye on the ills of compulsory purchase... Read More ›

The Richard Nye Column – July 2015

If the postman always rings twice, some callers never stop at all. In this month’s reflections, Richard Nye is besieged You know how it is. You’re poised on the edge... Read More ›

The Richard Nye Column – May 2015

The monthly reflections of former Editor Richard Nye Once it was all so simple. There was the blue lot – you voted for them if you owned a grouse moor,... Read More ›

Editor’s Letter

Our new Editor Fiona Adams takes the reins...... Read More ›

Out of Office

The monthly reflections of former Editor Richard Nye ... Read More ›

Editor’s February blog

HAIL and tempest have been in plentiful supply of late. “God sends rain on the just and the unjust alike,” insists Matthew’s Gospel, and the incessant, drenching downpours of recent... Read More ›

Editor’s January blog

SLEDGEHAMMERS and nuts come to mind. In this traditional January season of diet-starting, gym-joining, new-you nonsense, the latest gimmick for the inveterate self-improver is starting to make its voice heard.... Read More ›

Editor’s December blog

There is nothing new under the midwinter sun. Lamentations for the lost spirit of Christmas have become a staple of our age, spun around a vague unease at the creeping... Read More ›

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