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Giles Fraser
Area of interest Subcategories for Society and Values +
Commentator name Giles Anthony Fraser +
Education Newcastle University  +
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Journal Organisation The Guardian  + , Church Times  +
Journal name The Guardian + , Church Times +
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Journal website title The Guardian: Loose canon column  + , Church Times  +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 19 January 2016 15:46:28  +
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A baby must never become a ‘faulty product’ if surrogacy doesn’t go to plan + , A computer has passed the Turing test for humanity – should we be worried? + , A great novel gives us access to a world outside ourselves + , After the Paris attacks we must resist the urge to claim an eye for an eye + , After the bishops vote, I'm ashamed to be a part of the Church of England + , An Israeli claim to Temple Mount would trigger unimaginable violence + , An inclusive church is a fundamental gospel imperative + , Are modern detectives the new priests? + , Arguments over Greek debt echo ancient disputes about Easter + , As the CofE's top man, Justin Welby must cope with our infantile projections + , Assisted dying is the equivalent of a zero-hours contract with life + , Assisted dying is the final triumph of market capitalism + , At a Christian funeral all are equal before God – even Cilla Black + , Because it sees us from a distance, utilitarianism will always fail + , Bedroom tax is a human rights issue + , Before we decide to write off the Occupy movement, let's consider the legacy of the Chartists + , Big pharma has an interest in rich people being sick + , Binyamin Netanyahu’s nationality bill is at odds with the Hebrew Bible + , Bombing Syria won't make the blindest bit of difference, Tony Blair + , Britain’s island mentality is making the Calais migrant crisis all the more difficult + Commentator name


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