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New Atheism is dead

The public has moved on from the anti-religious vitriol of the 2000s

Britain’s most senior prelate to play no more part in public life

Bishop says change of heart, not administrative changes, would bring true reform

England’s forgotten king

The 10th-century king who unified England has been left on history’s scrapheap, argues Ed West

St Margaret’s Children and Family Care Society ruling could have implications for same-sex marriage

The tour, which starts in Glasgow, fulfils the saint’s wish to visit Britain

Archbishops of Westminster and Southwark urge faithful to oppose Bill on same-sex marriage

Who was to blame for the First World War?

A new book looks at the many culprits who caused the catastrophe

Aid worker kept in chains for three months in Sudan was offered freedom if he converted to Islam

The Bill, to be introduced in the Commons in January, is the sixth attempt to legalise assisted suicide in a decade