Columnists - Nick Maurice

Nick Maurice was for 25 years a GP in Marlborough the sixth generation of his family to practice as a doctor in the town.  Before arriving back in Marlborough, he spent years working as a volunteer teacher in Togo, a medical assistant in Papua New Guinea, a doctor in Nepal and a nutritionist in Oxfam’s emergency team in Cambodia in 1980 after the overthrow of the Khmer Rouge regime.  Following the publication in 1980 of the Brandt Report “North South – A Programme for Survival”, he set up with others the Marlborough Brandt Group and the link between Marlborough and the Muslim community of Gunjur in The Gambia. www.mbg.org

Back at Westminster Central Hall: UN's new Secretary General on renewing the organisation 15 May 2017
It’s about time we reconsidered our attitude to drug use 16 August 2016
A life cut short: Some reflections on the murder of Jo Cox MP 17 June 2016
Identity 10 March 2016
Internationalism 17 February 2016
From Pol Pot to Isis, what 'provokes such madness in men'? And what can we do? 19 November 2015
While we’re on the subject of migration.......... 25 August 2015
How can we escape from the endless rounds of Punch and Judy politics? 20 May 2015
Thoughts on the recent Charlie Hebdo massacre 18 February 2015