16 May 1840
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The custodians of tradition
The role of the bishop is to be ‘traditionis custos’. But what is ‘tradition’ and what does it mean to exercise ‘custodianship’?/ BY ERIK VARDEN
Listening to understand
A palliative care physician draws on a lifetime of conversations to describe how to make someone feel not only listened to, but heard / BY KATHRYN MANNIX
Faces in the dust
This month, London has played host to hearings investigating the alleged genocide against the Uyghurs by the Chinese government / BY CHRISTIAN TYLER
A plan that ignores the human factor
Boris Johnson has announced a plan to reform social care ‘once and for all’. Some argue that he has failed to address any of the vital issues / BY TERRY PHILPOT