But this is a very long report: it needs to be read and re-read carefully by everyone involved before any legislation is enacted. But this operation mustn’t be allowed to fail
Topic: David Cameron
To my surprise, I find myself agreeing with Clegg and Miliband about Leveson: Cameron looks as though he is intent on undermining the whole thing
The prime minister has abandoned his previous attitude to drug policy. Does power do this to people?
Cameron said he would legislate to protect religious rights at work: so why did his lawyers in Strasbourg this week deny the existence of these rights?
This is one promise Cameron has to be held to
They sneered at Bishop Gilbert’s suggestion that gay marriage would lead to unions between one man and two women. Well, now it’s happened
In Brazil, the unthinkable has come to pass. Why not?
There’s a chilling discrepancy between our attitudes towards Paralympians and disabled babies
It isn’t just that Cameron is wrong when he claims we won’t be forced to conduct ‘gay marriages’ in church: that’s just what he’s telling his constituents
The ECHR has made the law quite clear: unless we repudiate the court, that’s what will happen
Archbishop Smith says ‘fundamental moral questions are at stake’
Does ComRes really show Cameron losing a million votes and 30 seats over the threatened ‘gay marriage’ law? If we could prove that, we’d be home and dry
We need to be able to demonstrate what we claim. Otherwise we’ll just be ignored
If only David Cameron could enthuse about St Edward the Confessor, say, or St Bernadette of Lourdes
Cardinal O’Brien often colourfully says what needs to be said; but his personal attack on David Cameron and his pronouncements on taxation were just embarrassing
Senior Churchmen should stay within their area of technical competence