Voices

David Stewart, S.J., a native of Scotland, lives and works in various Jesuit ministries in South London. 

Politics & Society Dispatches
June 09, 2017
Winners are losers in the United Kingdom's snap election.
Politics & Society Dispatches
June 06, 2017
Prime Minister May’s record on terrorism, and a widespread hostility to Donald Trump, also complicates the Tories’ bid for a mandate in parliamentary elections.
Arts & Culture Theater
May 26, 2017
It would be fascinating were the producers able to arrange a quick transfer to a venue somewhere near the White House.
Politics & Society Dispatches
May 19, 2017
More and more, the political campaigns are indistinguishable from advertising campaigns for, say, breakfast cereals.
Politics & Society Dispatches
May 05, 2017
The U.K. populace at large did not appear to share the delight of the media and the political classes as the shortest parliament in 45 years came to an abrupt end.
Arts & Culture Theater
April 26, 2017
The 'Hamlet'-inspired play made the playwright Tom Stoppard an overnight sensation.
Politics & Society Dispatches
April 20, 2017
The London police have issued a statement asking "D.J.s to refrain from using the Tube as a pop-up club.”
Politics & Society Dispatches
April 05, 2017
George Osborne lost his old government job when the Brexit referendum swept David Cameron's team off the political stage.
Politics & Society Dispatches
March 29, 2017
Across the capital Londoners have been resolute, demonstrating an absolute refusal to be intimidated by this or any terror event
Politics & Society Dispatches
March 21, 2017
Each forecasted outcome would have been mocked only a few years ago—yet today, neither is unthinkable.