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HMP Wandsworth in London (PA)

Bishop Richard Moth said that British prisons are overcrowded and under-resourced

Sir Robert Rogers, clerk of the house, stars in the documentary Inside the Commons (Atlantic Productions/BBC Picture)

Jacob Rees-Mogg is the intelligent yet self-effacing star of Inside the Commons

Cardinal Nichols spoke at a press conference today (©Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk)

Archbishop of Westminster says human life is the most important consideration for Catholics voting in Britain’s general election

'The bishops’ 2015 letter the letter is of use to all voters – not just Catholics – in casting their votes this May' (PA)

The bishops’ 2015 letter reminds the reader that there is a moral obligation on all voters to exercise their franchise

'Yvette Cooper was was instrumental in defeating Fiona Bruce's amendment' (PA)

The UK abortion industry’s stranglehold on MPs is now so tight that even a modest clarification of an existing law was not possible

Mrs Bruce sought to change the law following revelations that some British doctors had agreed to requests to abortions because of the unborn child’s gender (PA)

Fiona Bruce’s amendment to the Serious Crime Bill has been voted down by the Commons

A vote of Fiona Bruce MP's amendment will take place in the House of Commons today (PA)

The Trades Union Congress sent an email to MPs to ask them to oppose an amendment to the Serious Crime Bill today

Fiona Bruce MP

Fiona Bruce reacts angrily to claims by BPAS that a ban will encourage men to batter their pregnant wives and girlfriends

An embryologist at a clinic in south London (PA)

A scheme for the harvesting of female eggs follows the House of Commons approval of Government regulations to permit ‘three-parent IVF’

Bishop Sherrington condemned the move

Bishop John Sherrington says the Church remains opposed to procedures where the destruction of human embryos is part of the process