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The Trinidad coastline: 'This beauty, like all beauty, is only skin deep'

An original writer is giving a fresh voice to the West Indies

Homilies are much improved  (CNS)

The Lectionary is bearing fruit at last

The recently appointed Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis (PA)

Debt is a major moral issue, though one that has not received enough attention, given that the economic crisis we have been living through since 2008

Armenian Orthodox believers stand with Armenian flags at a cathedral in Moscow in 2012 to mark the anniversary of the mass killing of the Armenian people by Ottoman Turks (PA)

We must not forget Armenia’s suffering

Armenia has arguably produced more martyrs than anywhere else, given that the victims of the genocide were killed in hatred of the Faith

Mayor of London Boris Johnson (PA)

How on earth are we meant to defeat Islamism if we seem so unable or unwilling to understand its roots?

Brighton College National Education Conference

The Professor shows himself the master of the soundbite when he describes British values as ‘queuing, drunkenness and loving pets’

Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and David Cameron at last year's Holocaust Memorial Day (AP)

That Britain might not be safe for Jews is a truly disturbing thought

Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell in the BBC adaptation of Wolf Hall

Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall propagates the myth that Britain became great once it had ditched Catholicism

'Until the rule of law is respected, then places like the Philippines will continue to be corrupt' (PA)

Corruption in the Third World and the break down of family life in the UK contribute to the blight of global poverty