James Mildred is a political commentator and chief communications officer for Christian Action Research and Education (CARE) which exists to bring a uniquely Christian insight to policies and legislation in the UK. It believes in a better story for society and culture, where the life of every human being, from conception to natural end, is respected and upheld. James writes here in a personal capacity
Two thirds of Brits think problem gambling isn’t taken seriously enough. Why Christians need to keep campaigning
In a new YouGov survey, 66 per cent of people said the government needs to do more to tackle problem gambling. But powerful companies and huge profit margins mean change is taking too long, says James Mildred, as he explains why Christians should care about protecting the most vulnerable
Matt Hancock has apologised for breaking Covid rules, but not for cheating on his wife. Should Christians care?
Sex scandals rarely end a political career these days, says James Mildred. But how concerned with the morality of our political leaders should Christians be?
Matt Hancock has opened the door to changing the law on assisted suicide, says CARE’s James Mildred, as he urges Christians to oppose the move
It is utterly depressing that Keir Starmer should apologise for visiting a church on Good Friday, says James Mildred
As Andrew Mitchell MP announces his belief that assisted dying will become legal within the next four years, James Mildred says its vital that Christians prepare themselves to campaign on behalf of society's most vulnerable
Tim Farron has resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats, saying he had to choose between his Christian faith and leading the party. James Mildred responds