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Topic: Daily Mail

The chances of any church being able to refuse to marry anyone look thin

Why is it up to the secular courts to decide what the Church of England does?

Michael Philpott did evil things because of the benefits system, says AN Wilson. That’s surely a perfect example of the folly of moral relativism.

Without the welfare state, he says, Philpott would have been ‘decently employed’. Maybe it’s more likely he would still have been a criminal?

Mick Philpott’s crimes have nothing to do with Catholicism

Multiple marriages are not the norm for Catholics, despite what the Daily Mail says

Hatred towards Sharon Shoesmith over Baby P hides an ugly agenda

The scapegoating makes people feel good about themselves but hinders a proper moral investigation of the baby’s death

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