He has thrown away his authority as Tory leader over an issue utterly irrelevant to the nation’s problems. Is he mad?
Topic: same-sex marriage
Forcing through the same-sex marriage Bill will bring Cameron down: his determination to do it shows how out of touch he has become
Here we publish the bishops’ conference briefing in full
An official has said that any decision about sacking teachers who refuse to teach about same-sex marriage, ultimately rests with Strasbourg and not the Government
Equality legislation will certainly undermine the Government’s supposed guarantee
In accompanying letter Archbishop Smith urges priests to ‘do all you can’ to oppose Bill
Letter to Telegraph says legislation would erode ability of faithful to ‘participate fully’ in public life
The Soho Masses are now to be discontinued; and the ordinariate has its ‘cathedral’; all we need now is to clarify Catholic teaching on civil unions
The Church of England accepts them: but the CDF has made it clear that we do not. But things seem a little ambiguous here. How come?
Ireland, marriage, Parliament, Pope Benedict XVI and atheists all need our prayers in 2013, says Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith.
Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor says there was no mention of same-sex marriage in his party’s manifesto
Ukip plans to derail the Tories over gay marriage: Farage has perceptively concluded that this, not the economy or Europe, is what will destroy Cameron
Farage understands the Tory grassroots much better than Cameron and his pals; this, in the end, is what will unseat him as leader of the party