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Bishop of Coventry asks Government about funding for debt advice services

On 22nd November 2017 the House of Lords heard the repeat of a statement made by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions on Universal Credit. 671 more words


Bishop of Coventry: Britain has moral responsibility for long-term reconstruction, if involved in conflict

On 23rd November 2017 the House of Lords debated a motion from Lord Soley, «That this House takes note of the case for maintaining United Kingdom defence forces at a sufficient level to contribute to global peace, stability and security.» The Bishop of Coventry, Rt Revd Christopher Cocksworth, spoke in the debate: 643 more words


Act 1

There is a common saying that you can wait all day for a bus, and then three come along together! That saying has particular relevance to what I am writing about today for two reasons. 1 591 more words


The Wardrobe and the Pillow now available to read on Here Comes Everyone!

I am pleased to announce that a story of mine


The Wardrobe and the Pillow

is now available to read on  Here Comes Everyone! 83 more words

Creative Writing

+65 (The origins of bicycles, fabrics and phrases)

One thing about November in the UK is that the lead-up to Christmas feels like how it is «supposed» to be. There are cute wooden hut market stalls selling mulled wine and Christmas cake. 1 609 more words

General Life

Bishop of Coventry asks about role of schools in helping disadvantaged families

On 22nd November 2017 Lord Lennie asked Her Majesty’s Government «what action they have taken to address the concerns raised in the Social Mobility Commission’s State of the Nation report published in November 2016.» The Bishop of Coventry, Rt Revd Christopher Cocksworth, asked a follow up question: 190 more words



Former Nigeria international Yakubu Aiyegbeni has announced his retirement from professional football.

Aiyegbeni, 35, spent nine years in English football – between january 2003 to June 2012 – playing for Portsmouth, Middlesbrough, Everton, Leicester City and finally, Blackburn, scoring 114 times in 293 league appearances. 186 more words