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People with Down's Syndrome and their families demonstrate outside the Houses of Parliament in London (PA)

The prime minister said ‘ethical issues’ must be taken into account

Syrian children stand at a fence at a refugee camp near Gaziantep, Turkey (CNS photo/Sedat Suna, EPA)

Britain will now accept thousands of unaccompanied children from refugee camps

The blown out windows of Zaventem airport (AP)

Many people killed or injured in terrorist attacks on an airport and metro station in Belgium’s capital

US Secretary of State John Kerry (PA)

US Secretary of State says ISIS is genocidal in both its ideology and actions towards Yazidis, Christians and Shia

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David Cameron has been urged by lawyers and parliamentarians to recognise ISIS's actions as genocidal (PA)

A cross-party group of peers is pushing for a judge to determine whether ISIS are carrying out genocide in the Middle East

David Cameron at a meeting with European Parliament President Martin Schultz last week (AP)

Most voters will make up their minds by considering the European Union’s achievements, or lack of them

Bishop Richard Moth has previously spoken out about over crowding in prisons (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Catholic bishops back Tory prison reforms

Bishop Richard Moth has welcomed the Government’s emphasis on rehabilitation for prisoners

Refugees and migrants walking into Croatia. The continent is in crisis due to EU inaction (Kyodo)
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There is a strong Catholic case for Brexit

The Church is in favour of a strong Europe, but that is not the same thing as a stronger EU

Prime Minister David Cameron is escorted by prison governer Stephen Ruddy as he tours HMP Onley in Rugby ahead of a major speech on prison reform (PA)

England and Wales’ lead bishop for prisons has said ‘prisoners should be treated as assets to our society rather than liabilities’