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Luvvies are heaping pressure on Parliament to change the law, with potentially disastrous consequences for the less wealthy, powerful and self-assured

Neo-Malthusian thinking risks even more poverty and environmental damage

No longer seen as a ‘counter-cultural foghorn’, the great writer is becoming increasingly popular – and relevant to modern life

The Pope’s travels have so far been both pastoral and pious

The freedoms contained in the 1215 document originate ‘with the Christian Church and Christian theology’

Atheists share with Christians the plight of being persecuted worldwide for their convictions. They must unite to demand the freedom to follow their beliefs – whatever they may be

As in Northern Ireland and Lebanon, power-sharing has meant power-splitting

Francis Phillips reviews Manual for Spiritual Warfare by Paul Thigpen

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The worst case scenario is to offend both sides, while giving the Russian president a propaganda coup