Amy-Jo Crowley

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November 25, 2020
The apps – not to mention their users – still have some way to go
February 23, 2018
The MP said people were overwhelmingly supportive of his decision to speak his mind, even if they disagreed with his views
December 15, 2016
When the board of the largest Catholic university in Britain tried to recruit Francis Campbell as its vice-chancellor in 2013, he was intent on turning it down. “If somebody had said to me then, ‘Where will you be in 10 years?’, I would have said, ‘In another diplomatic posting,’ ” insists the former British ambassador to
December 14, 2016
When Francis Campbell was appointed vice-chancellor two years ago, the Catholic university was in crisis. Now revenues are up and so are student numbers
August 18, 2016
What practical measures can the Church take to help those who cannot pay their bills, and whose only recourse is to loan sharks or crime?
August 18, 2016
Our society is fuelled by debt. Whether it’s your credit card, student loan or the latest mobile phone that you have to have, the average pile of household debt in Britain has risen to £13,250 – an increase of £4,000 on last summer. And that’s before we consider your mortgage. This is an international problem
March 03, 2016
Virtual reality headsets are being heralded as the future of communication. They could give seekers an awe-inspiring introduction to the Church
March 03, 2016
Welcome to the future. After decades of hype and expectation, “virtual reality” headsets are about to go from sci-fi gadgets to top of your shopping wishlist. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg described virtual reality headsets last week as the future of communication and socialising. An estimated 14 million of them will be shipped this year. Virtual
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