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Topic: Melanie Phillips

On sex-selective abortion, feminism proves to be the Goddess that Failed

Where are the feminists up in arms against the killing of unborn children just for being girls?

The public debate about pornography, like most, lacks any Christian angle

It’s hard to argue some moral points without a thelogical explanation

Does the evil of bad men nullify all the good?

The crimes of Jimmy Savile raise some difficult questions

For a moment people have stopped talking about a ‘clump of cells’ and are beginning to see an unborn child

The debate on sex selection has put the abortion lobby on the back foot

The confused historian who claims that Catholics are responsible for the Holocaust

Melanie Phillips says that Islam is intrinsically anti-Semitic; Daniel Goldhagen tries the same argument with Catholicism

Has multiculturalism helped to tear our society apart? And was Tariq Jahan’s noble behaviour an implicit rejection of it, an appeal to common values?

The inquest continues; this is an important question we need to resolve

I hope these riots are a wake-up call. Otherwise, London could end up as lawless as Nairobi

Tough decisions lie ahead

It is good that Mr Netanyahu should praise the Pope’s book: but it contains nothing new about the Jews

The crucifixion was caused by our own sins: that has always been mainstream Catholic teaching

The Government is wasting its time trying to measure happiness

Teaching ‘well-being’ at school is also hard to justify. Children are better off studying great works of literature

I’m starting to think Melanie Phillips is right. Conspiracy theories are everywhere

When I leafed through her latest book, The World Turned Upside Down, I thought she was exaggerating. Then two friends put me straight