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Topic: European Court of Human Rights

Will the UK courts and the ECHR really nullify the Government’s intention not to permit gay marriage in church? If so, what will the Soho Masses crowd do then?

More to the point, what will our bishops do to prevent them?

There are, we are told, 800 million people for whom the ECHR is the last recourse against tyrannical governments. But does this argument really hold water?

Tyrannical governments, unlike our own, just ignore the ECHR when they don’t like its judgments

‘New law will compel churches to offer same-sex marriages’

Barrister Neil Addison says that David Cameron’s assurances to churches are worthless

The state does have the right to interfere in the bedroom

The European Court has confirmed once again that everything does not go

Abu Hamza is off to face US justice, and not before time. But the case of Babar Ahmad seems different: will he now undergo yet another extradition injustice?

He doesn’t even know the charges against him: so much for justice being seen to be done

Oh dear – John Bercow is embarrassing. He is my MP, and I fear we have got him for life

The MP for Buckingham jumps on every liberal bandwagon that presents itself

David Mellor, former Home Office Minister, says we are under no legal obligation to obey the Strasbourg Court’s ruling on Abu Qatada. Is he right? No one’s denied it

If he is, let’s have this poisonous man on the next plane back to Amman

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Judges are biased against Christians, says archbishop

Archbishop Smith says courts are wrongfully penalising Christians by incorrectly interpreting human rights laws

Fr Lombardi is wrong: the judgment on crucifixes isn’t about Europe’s Christian roots

The judges just think that displaying a crucifix is harmless: so why not?