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Relatives of the victims before their murder  (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

Britain’s intervention in Libya was a disaster, and yesterday 21 innocent Egyptian Christians became the latest victims

Employees arriving at Broadcasting House, London (PA)

The BBC’s decision to scrap the job of Head of Religion and Ethics is part of a worrying trend

Pope Francis talks with cardinal Angelo Sodano as they arrive for a special consistory with cardinals and bishops, in the Synod hall at the Vatican where he will brief them on curial reform (PA)

Madeleine Teahan speaks with Vatican observer Fr Mark Drew

A coffin carrying the body of a migrant who died crossing the Mediterranean is loaded on to a car in Sicily (AP)

Pope Francis is right: the Mediterranean is becoming ‘a vast graveyard’

A still from the film (Photo: CNS)

The film is a deceitful fantasy. A book about a girl’s murder tells the real story

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

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

The parents of Deah Shaddy Barakat yesterday  (AP Photo/The News)

The family deserve better than to be made martyrs to the campaign to sensationalise grievances

Evoking the transcendent: the Sagrada Família, showing the lush Nativity façade (PA)

The exterior of the Sagrada Família in Barcelona is a bit loopy, but the interior is so awe-inspiring that it could win over future generations to Christianity

David Cameron, speaking at a church in Glasgow, has alienated many Christians (PA)

It’s a confusing time for many Christians as they consider where to put their cross on the ballot paper on May 7

Sir Michael Wilshaw with pupils at St Paul’s Way Trust School in east London (PA)

School inspectors have been accused of heavy-handedly questioning 10-year-olds as part of a ‘witch-hunt’ against traditional values. But this couldn’t be more wrong