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Topic: Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg should read Evelyn Waugh before writing his next manifesto

Waugh was as politically incorrect as it is possible to be

London Oratory ordered to change admissions policy

Decision follows complaint by humanist organisation

I rarely agree with Nick Clegg but he is right about stay-at-home mums

Nick Clegg has said that proposals to relax rules on how many children nursery staff can look after had been “roundly criticised” by parents, providers and experts.

The Church of England could have a Catholic governor

Despite the Prince’s fears, the Church of England has been led by Catholics, Presbyterians and Lutherans before

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

The growing McCarthyism of the equality movement

The gay marriage debate has turned unpleasant both here and in the US

The evidence is coming in. As the CDF predicted, allowing children to be adopted by ‘parents’ in gay unions is not in their best interests

A peer-reviewed study in a respectable journal has been conducted by a US academic who was accused by gay activists of misconduct, then vindicated

Nick Clegg tells archbishops: I did not use the word ‘bigot’

The Deputy Prime Minister distances himself from remark in letter to Anglican and Catholic leaders

We now know that Nick Clegg thinks (whatever he publicly says) that those opposed to ‘gay marriage’ are bigots. That’s why their rights will be removed

The new law will have far-reaching consequences for schools, hospitals, foster carers and public buildings – and that’s just the start

Cameron, Clegg and Miliband want us to have hundreds more politicians (elected from candidates they will choose). So, how is that more representative?

The abolition of the Lords will destroy our Parliamentary constitution