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Pamela Anderson (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

If more religious leaders and entertainment stars spoke out on the subject the government might be pushed to take action

A Muslim man walks past St Therese Church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, France, July 27, a day after French priest Father Jacques Hamel was killed (CNS photo/Pascal Rossignol, Reuters)

In countries where priests face the constant risk of violent crime, they still go out, they still take risks. As in Kenya and elsewhere, so in Britain

Demonstrators stage a beach party outside the French Embassy, in Knightsbridge, London, in protest at the French government's burkini ban (PA)

Are the French authorities right to try and ban it? I confess to being a bit torn on this one

Oscar Wilde (AP)

The law in Wilde’s time was not overly concerned with the age of his sexual partners

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte 'war' is bound to fail  (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

The Philippines government is risking the worst of all outcomes

The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk have been living in different wings of Arundel Castle in West Sussex for 5 years (AP)

Perhaps the Duke and Duchess could share their experience of how they refounded their marriage with struggling couples

Children hold signs supporting their families' lifestyle at a polygamy rally (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

A Muslim man in Italy has called for legalised polygamy following same-sex marriage. There are plenty of reasons to resist

Anjem Choudary is facing jail after he was convicted at the Old Bailey of drumming up support for the Islamic State terror group. (PA)

His two decades of propagandising for murder are a great reproach to the British legal system and the broadcasters who gave him such publicity

Kadiza Sultana who travelled to Syria via Turkey (PA)

Why are young girls like Kadiza Sultana attracted to the ISIS phenomenon?

Theresa May walks in a forest with her husband Philip at the start of a summer holiday in the Alps in Switzerland (AP photo)

Mountain holidays are biblically inspired and have been the refuge of several saints – not least St Pope John Paul II