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Faith schools should promote religious literacy, tolerance and inclusivity

Charles Clarke wrote an article for the Church Times calling for government action to promote religious literacy, tolerance and inclusivity in faith schools. For those who subscribe, the article can be found at https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2017/10-february/features/features/not-all-faith-schools-are-the-same-recognise-the-differences.

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Faith schools should promote religious literacy, tolerance and inclusivity

Charles Clarke wrote an article for the Church Times calling for government action to promote religious literacy, tolerance and inclusivity in faith schools. For those who subscribe, the article can be found at https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2017/10-february/features/features/not-all-faith-schools-are-the-same-recognise-the-differences.

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Interview with Charles about the EU referendum with leading German media outlet Zeit Online

Charles did an interview with Zeit Online, a leading German newspaper. The interview can be found here.

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Interview with Charles about the EU referendum with leading German media outlet Zeit Online

Charles did an interview with Zeit Online, a leading German newspaper. The interview can be found here.

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Charles is among 77 ELN Members Warning of Growing Risk of Interstate War in the Middle East

Charles was among 77 senior political, military and diplomatic figures from across Europe, including from Russia, to have expressed their concern over an inter-state conflict over Syria. The report, found here, focused on: Preventing an inter-state conflict over Syria, Re-focusing

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Charles is among 77 ELN Members Warning of Growing Risk of Interstate War in the Middle East

Charles was among 77 senior political, military and diplomatic figures from across Europe, including from Russia, to have expressed their concern over an inter-state conflict over Syria. The report, found here, focused on: Preventing an inter-state conflict over Syria, Re-focusing

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The EU makes UK streets safer

Charles co-authored a report on how Britain is kept safer by EU membership. The report looked into several areas, including: How UK borders are safe in the EU, Europol, Exchange of Criminal Records, The EU Counter-Terrorism Hub, The Prüm Convention,

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The EU makes UK streets safer

Charles co-authored a report on how Britain is kept safer by EU membership. The report looked into several areas, including: How UK borders are safe in the EU, Europol, Exchange of Criminal Records, The EU Counter-Terrorism Hub, The Prüm Convention,

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Ex-ministers warn Brexit will damage universities

The Times released an article today providing coverage of a letter, co-written by Charles, warning that: “A vote to leave the EU would be a leap into the unknown that would weaken our universities and lessen their positive impact on

Ex-ministers warn Brexit will damage universities

The Times released an article today providing coverage of a letter, co-written by Charles, warning that: “A vote to leave the EU would be a leap into the unknown that would weaken our universities and lessen their positive impact on

Labour grandee accuses Corbyn of giving ‘tacit support’ to terrorists

On 30 April, Charles publicly criticised Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Leader, as well as John McDonnell and Diane Abbott for their failure to vote for Al-Qaeda to be listed as a terrorist organisation 6 months before the 9/11 terror attacks.

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Labour grandee accuses Corbyn of giving ‘tacit support’ to terrorists

On 30 April, Charles publicly criticised Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Leader, as well as John McDonnell and Diane Abbott for their failure to vote for Al-Qaeda to be listed as a terrorist organisation 6 months before the 9/11 terror attacks.

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The EU: vital to Britain’s security

Six former home secretaries, including Charles Clarke, sent a letter to the Sunday Times making the case for Britain’s continued membership of the EU as a matter of national security. They argue that the pooled information and procedures of the

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The EU: vital to Britain’s security

Six former home secretaries, including Charles Clarke, sent a letter to the Sunday Times making the case for Britain’s continued membership of the EU as a matter of national security. They argue that the pooled information and procedures of the

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What does political leadership take?

Following on from Charles’ new series of books on British political leaders, the Cambridge News interviewed him on the subject of what it takes to be a successful leader, and how this is changing today. Read the interview here.

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What does political leadership take?

Following on from Charles’ new series of books on British political leaders, the Cambridge News interviewed him on the subject of what it takes to be a successful leader, and how this is changing today. Read the interview here.

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London, Paris and the future of communications

After the Paris attacks of November 2015, Charles Clarke discusses government responses to terrorism. The interview covers parallels with the London 7/7 bombing and the subsequent British policy environment, as well as the role of the EU in preventing attacks

London, Paris and the future of communications

After the Paris attacks of November 2015, Charles Clarke discusses government responses to terrorism. The interview covers parallels with the London 7/7 bombing and the subsequent British policy environment, as well as the role of the EU in preventing attacks

What lessons for Labour now? Progress reviews British Leaders

Relentlessly pressing home the case for the prosecution, Richard Carr argues that “At the last five general elections the British public has voted in favour of a prime minister who offers centrism, charisma, competence and confidence” – and asks what

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What lessons for Labour now? Progress reviews British Leaders

Relentlessly pressing home the case for the prosecution, Richard Carr argues that “At the last five general elections the British public has voted in favour of a prime minister who offers centrism, charisma, competence and confidence” – and asks what

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