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Theresa May pictured in Downing Street earlier this week (PA)

The practical faith of Theresa May

Britain’s new Prime Minister is a regular churchgoer, but don’t expect her to talk a great deal about her religious beliefs

Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street on Tuesday after the final Cabinet meeting with David Cameron as Prime Minister

The cardinal and the new Conservative leader have previously worked together in the fight against human trafficking

Cardinal Vincent Nichols (PA)

The cardinal said the Prevent strategy risked doing ‘immense damage’

Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster alongside Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe at the conference (CNS)

Pope Francis sends message to London human trafficking conference

A new born baby grasps the thumb of her mother

Feminist propaganda has posited the idea that being at home with your children is less exciting than going into the work-place

Pope Francis with Cardinal Nichols, Theresa May and police chiefs Below: Francis arrives at the conference and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe signs the trafficking declaration while Cardinal Nichols watches on (Flickr/Mazur)

Francis addresses Combating Human Trafficking Conference in the Vatican

Home Secretary Theresa May said she supported the Bill as a practising Anglican (Photo: PA)

The marriage Bill has opened a chasm between its supporters and opponents

David Cameron (PA)
Chris Tappin speaks to the press in London (Photo: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire)

Blair’s shameful subservience to Bush spawned the 2003 Extradition Act: it should be repealed forthwith