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Topic: Winston Churchill

The Catholic civil rights hero who really deserves a statue

Why are we honouring Gandhi but snubbing the Irish leader who helped to inspire him?

John Paul II set the barque back on course

Pope John Paul’s major achievement for the Church was to recover Pope John’s original purpose: to “guard” and to teach more efficaciously “the sacred deposit of Christian doctrine”

When, next year, Benedict XVI’s predecessor is canonised, will he once more be spontaneously acclaimed as ‘John Paul the Great’? He will by me

Like Leo the Great and Gregory the Great, he both exerted geopolitical influence and reasserted the teaching authority of the Holy See

We should never give in to moral relativism

Whether one is Labour or Tory, believer or not, you can’t change the natural laws

The Pope believes that dialogue with Islam is crucial

But “dialogue” does not mean we have to water down what we know to be the truth

The few and the many

Peter Mullen remembers the Battle of Britain on its 70th anniversary

Peter Mandelson is not wise, old, or grumpy enough to be a national treasure

Here are five simple criteria for anyone wishing to achieve national treasure status. Prince Philip makes it; Peter Mandelson and Stephen Fry do not

We should become friends of the US, not ‘partners’

There has in recent years been far too much subservience