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Topic: House of Lords

The blinded photographer, assisted suicide and ‘the sin against life’

A photographer’s haunting memoir sheds new light on the Assisted Dying Bill

Parliament debates assisted suicide Bill – as it happened

Follow our live blog for regular updates on today’s debate

Parishes to hold Holy Hour on eve of assisted suicide debate

Bishop Egan says Falconer Bill would usher in a ‘catastrophic collapse of respect for human life’

Baroness Hollins: ‘Assisted Dying Bill a threat to the mentally ill’

Lord Falconer’s proposed change to the law will be debated next week

The Explainer: Is Britain about to legalise assisted suicide?

A guide to the harder-to-grasp aspects of Catholic news stories

Apostolic Nuncio: Church must make its voice heard in opposing assisted suicide bill

Archbishop Mennini expresses concerns in speech to Bishops’ Conference

Good news – insulting someone is no longer an arrestable offence

After unjust incidents of police interfering with free speech, thank goodness common sense is to prevail

The Archbishop of Canterbury made a good speech against the gay marriage Bill: but why did he grovel to the government?

The contribution of the Anglican bishops was feeble: what are they there for?

Bishops: Gay marriage Bill must be amended

Protection for religious organisations and individuals is imperative, bishops insist

Bill will ‘abolish’ traditional marriage, says Archbishop of Canterbury

The Government’s Bill will weaken society, the archbishop said