Election aftermath: analysis and comment

Jun 10, 2017 by

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Conservatism must rediscover a moral message to succeed by Laura Perrins, TCW

Vilification of the DUP is the latest sign that faith has become toxic by Tim Stanley, Telegraph

Why a true blue Tory didn’t vote for Mrs May’s ‘nasty party’ by Prudence Dailey, TCW

Smearing the DUP foreshadows a hard left coup by Laura Perrins, TCW

The Book of Jeremy Corbyn by Anthony Lane, The New Yorker

For millennials, Corbyn came as Father Christmas; May as the Wicked Witch of the West by Archbishop Cranmer

Let’s forget that Brown tried to do a deal with DUP ‘bigots’ by David Keighly, TCW

Come back Nigel, your country needs you by Kathy Gyngell, TCW

Mrs May’s human shield by Melanie Phillips

Conservative MPs do not believe that May can lead them into the next election. Nor, reluctantly, do we. by Paul Goodman, Conservative Home

How Davidson’s demands on same-sex marriage expose the fragility of a Tory deal with the Ian Paisley party, Mail on Sunday

What happens after an indecisive election result? from Parliament UK

Pied Piper Corbyn got the kids out of bed by Jane Kelly, TCW

Pray for those in authority, by Simon Calvert, Christian Institute

Reflections on the General Election 2017, by Andrea Williams, Christian Concern

[From the left] Election analysis: Corbyn the big tent revivalist, May preaching to the choir, by Andy Walton, Christian Today

[From the right] Two-party politics is back and the left is on the march, by Paul T Horgan, The Conservative Woman

Ruth Davidson given DUP gay rights assurance, from BBC News

DUP manifesto: what they will demand to prop up Theresa May, by Ben Farmer, Telegraph

Evangelical Alliance calls on Christians to pray for ‘divided’ UK following hung Parliament, by James Macintyre, Christian Today

Christian MP David Burrowes loses seat, by Alex Williams, Premier


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