Martyn Eden is Premier’s resident political editor - reporting, analysing and commenting on political developments on Premier Christian Radio and writing a weekly political commentary with a Christian perspective.
Boris Johnson misled the Queen. But he won't resign
Boris Johnson’s decision to Prorogue Parliament has been ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court. But Premier's political editor Martyn Eden doesn't think the PM will resign
The unwavering Christian faith of Lord Mawhinney (1940-2019)
The Rt Hon The Lord Mawhinney has died at the age of 79. Premier's political editor Martyn Eden remembers him
Millions of Christians are being persecuted. Words aren't enough. We need action
Government officials know about the extent of religious persecution around the world, but following the attacks in Sri Lanka, Premier's political editor says urgent and resolute action is required now, more than ever
The UK wouldn’t need a minister for suicide prevention if churches were stepping up
Premier's political editor says churches in the UK could be doing more to combat loneliness and mental ill-health in their communities
Terror returns to Westminster: What we know so far
Premier's political editor Martyn Eden reports yesterday's attack and urges Christians to value both our politicians and the security services charged with protecting them
Christians are in danger of becoming digital Pharisees, here’s how to avoid bigotry online
Premier’s political editor, Martyn Eden, says recent events have led to an outpouring of acrimonious opinion online. He explains that Christians who communicate with a tone of arrogance in online debate risk being dismissed as religious bigots
Why making peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict feels like mission impossible
Premier's political editor analyses the current situation in the Middle East
The Windrush row is a shameful moment in our national life
The Government has lost trust among non-white voters, says Premier's political editor Martyn Eden
This Christian politician resigned for a surprising reason. Was it the right decision?
What should we make of Lord Bates' resignation? Premier's political editor Martyn Eden reports
How should Christians respond to being marginalised? Jesus' answer may surprise you
We're living in an era where Christians are being marginalised, says Premier's political editor Martyn Eden
The sins of our politicians are being exposed. And it's entirely unsurprising
As allegations of sexual harassment mount and a government minister resigns, Premier's political editor Martyn Eden suggests a way forward
Analysis: What Theresa May's snap election means for Christians
Theresa May’s announcement of a general election on 8th June was a surprise in light of her previous decision to not call an election before 2020. Premier's political editor Martyn Eden explains what it means for Christians
Why Comrade Corbyn's movement looks like the Jesus revolution
Corbyn’s critics have failed to see that his movement isn’t interested in institutional politics - it’s about a popular revolution.
How Democratic is Britain?
Premier Christianity magazine is bringing you a variety of Christian views in response to the EU referendum (click here for other blogs).
We voted Brexit. Now what?
Premier's Political Editor Martyn Eden looks at the way ahead, following the Brexit vote
6 issues Christians will be rallying round in the new Parliament
As the dust settles after the General Election result, Premier's Political Editor Martyn Eden looks at 6 key areas Christians are concerned about
VOTEWISE 2015: Making a Difference at the Ballot Box and Beyond
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