Thu 21st Aug 2014 | Last updated: Wed 20th Aug 2014 at 15:26pm

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Topic: David Cameron

Catholic agency welcomes Government plans for online pornography restrictions

Caritas also wants proposals to cover websites featuring extreme violence and promoting self-harm

Politicians are waking up to the fact that pornography cheapens women

None of the arguments against censoring pornography stand up

The G8 should push for a ceasefire in Syria, Pope tells David Cameron

Francis calls for action on Syria ahead of G8 summit

The government regularly bungles religious issues, so how can it deal effectively with Islamic extremism?

Cosying up to Saudi Arabia is just one example of the hypocrisy at the heart of David Cameron’s pluralist position

Tory party leaders have forgotten what a conservative outlook is all about

Politicians like Francis Maude think the party should cling to the ‘spirit of the age’. Come the election they may be in for a shock

Why did Cameron lose so many votes to Ukip last week? One important reason is the threat he continues to pose to the institution of marriage

If his ‘gay marriage’ bill is in the Queen’s speech, he will lose the next election

Mothers are needed to save the family, not the economy

David Cameron has reiterated his pledge to introduce tax breaks for married couples but Francis Phillips is not holding her breath

Ken Clarke says Ukip voters are closet racists and loonies. Well, I’m not a racist. And Clarke would have had us in the eurozone: he’s the loonie, surely?

Ukip policies are mostly either sensible or profoundly right. So until the Tories come to their senses I shall be voting for them

Conviction politics is back, they say. But will the politicians keep it up; and do they really mean it?

If you believe that there is such a thing as truth, then you have to tell those who disagree with you, voters or not, that they are just wrong

Pope Francis is unlikely to make any statements on the Falkland Islands in future

As Cardinal Ratzinger, Benedict XVI made his views on foreign policy explicit, but he never reiterated them as pope