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Theresa May is greeted by Canon Anthony Ball as she arrives at Westminster Abbey in London for a service to commemorate the work of William Wilberforce (PA)

May’s appointments bode well for faith communities, which past governments have too often neglected

Anti-Brexit protesters outside 10 Downing Street (Photo: PA)

The way we think of left and right is a relic of the Cold War. Reality is catching up

Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street on Tuesday after the final Cabinet meeting with David Cameron as Prime Minister

The cardinal and the new Conservative leader have previously worked together in the fight against human trafficking

Bishop Richard Moth (Photo: Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Bishop Moth says he is ‘extremely encouraged’ by renewed energy over reform

David Cameron addresses pupils at an assembly during a visit to Corby Technical School (Photo: PA)

Catholic Church still effectively blocked from opening free schools thanks to admissions’ cap

Can the authorities tell the difference between real extremists and the religious? (PA)

Legislation to counter ‘extremism’ will threaten free speech for all faiths and give the state the final say on what we can, and cannot, teach our children

Former Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy (PA)

Scotland’s Catholic pariah

Jim Murphy has paid a heavy price for standing up to nationalism

Ed Miliband in front of the infamous 'Ed Stone' (PA)

Only God can save the Labour Party

A new leader with comparable talent to Tony Blair would help Labour, but so would a resolution about what the party stands for

'Mother Teresa devoted herself to virtuous pursuits but was attacked for her beliefs' (CNS)

Loudly proclaiming one’s beliefs as a way of ‘virtue signalling’ is nothing but moral posturing

David and Samantha Cameron pose outside 10 Downing Street (Photo: PA)

Cardinal says new Government must give attention to the ‘needs of the poorest’