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Pupil wins scouts’ top award

Stonyhurst pupil’s scout project to build a sensory maze for dogs is launched on Blue Peter

BBC receives hundreds of complaints over coverage of papal visit

The corporation is criticised for being too sympathetic and too critical. Sky, meanwhile, has only had praise

The Queen may not have produced a rosary, but she did conduct herself with dignity

At 83, she has seen a great many state occasions in her lifetime

Scotland has done us all proud; suddenly the anti-Catholic campaign has lost its power

The papal chemistry is still active on British soil; now, we can relax and enjoy the visit

The BBC has done very well so far – even risking the wrath of humanists

The Independent, for a start, isn’t happy

Well done, Mark Dowd. You did the Pope justice

His documentary, Benedict: Trials of a Pope, was even-handed and sincere

The campaign against the Pope and the Church will be swept away by the visit itself

But the campaign to defend them will, I hope, endure long after the visit is over

The BBC thinks the Pope has a ‘Nazi past’

Footage of the Hitler Youth, St Peter’s and the Pope holding his head in his hands carries a subliminal message

Whatever the BBC says we ought to think, celibacy is still one of the jewels in our crown

Their latest pope-bashing operation is entirely irrelevant to a Church which thinks in centuries

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