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Topic: Ed Miliband

Cameron’s humiliation on Thursday was the price he paid for his arrogance and bad judgment: not only over Syria, but also over issues like gay marriage

Cameron has undermined the institution which is still the bedrock of society: and he will continue to pay the price

Beauty is not enough for the Church

The National Churches Trust question about the nation’s favourite churches says much

Politicians are waking up to the fact that pornography cheapens women

None of the arguments against censoring pornography stand up

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

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

It’s good to see Ed Miliband talking about his Jewishness

The Labour leader’s talk about his faith background contrasts with the emptiness of the Cameron vision

The Pope is right: the riots were a product of relativism – a rejection, and not only by the rioters, of objective moral values

As the psalmist declaimed, ‘it is a people that do err in their heart’. We do need a ‘Big Society’: but on what will it be built?

My heart sank when I heard the Pope’s holiday reading advice

I’m not sure I can sit on the beach, surrounded by grandchildren, and read the Book of Job

My scripture suggestions for Cameron, Clegg and Miliband

Three books in particular spring to mind