“Love can jump two metres.”
Archbishop of Canterbury, on 24 September 2020
When last week’s General Synod was arranged in order to pass legislation for remote meetings, many probably thought it would be used just twice - in November this year and probably again in February. As the second wave of the virus hits us, no one can be so sure.
A welter of news has hit us in the last few days - university students heading swiftly for herd immunity and, potentially, Christmas away from home; a new job support scheme from Rishi Sunak to underpin ‘viable employment’ (what’s that, in the context of the virus?); and the global Covid-19 death toll has gone through one million today according to Worldometer.
But this pandemic is very different in its impact to Spanish flu one hundred years ago. Then, the second wave was devastating. Today, we not only have vaccines almost ready to go, but also ‘isolation’ no longer means losing contact with each other. So please READ ON .. as this week we look at how our ability to share has transformed the experience, and how it’s helping us to find inclusive, not exclusive, solutions.
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Welcome to Gavin Oldham's full presentation describing his vision for egalitarian capitalism.
The main set of proposals are as follows:
Egalitarian Capitalism is an alternative to socialism which, while fostering and encouraging enterprise for all, acts to involve and empower people right across society and especially the young.