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The UK economy many be turning, but changing selfish habits will be a lot harder

In one way or another past few weeks haven’t been the best for our Prime Minister, so it was

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Crucial free vote on abortion time limits could see UK law shift in favour of protecting unborn

Catholics who’ve been scanning UK news media this week can hardly have failed to read the traumatic story of

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Sadly, today it’s not just Scotland’s political system that is balanced on a fragile knife edge

After what has been less than a year in power, the future of Scotland’s transformative First Minister Humza Yousaf

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Catholic social teaching is not about serving the state, but ensuring that the state serves us

It was with a certain amount of weary inevitability that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced at the Centre for

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Forget warnings about scaling back arms supplies, governments must reject war completely

In the wake of the horrific killing of seven innocent aid workers in Gaza on Monday this week, it’s

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AN EASTER REFLECTION: Truth, forgiveness and the recognition of wrongdoing runs deep through the story of Veronica’s Veil

As we’ve all made the long, tortured walk towards Golgotha over the past weeks, the familiar images of the

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Global leaders now need to put aside politics and reach a solution as Gaza hangs on brink of famine

Whilst it hasn’t come as any real surprise that Russia and China vetoed today’s US draft resolution for a

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Michael Gove’s new definition of extremism is as dangerous as it is divisive

When Michael Gove announced to parliament this week that the government has formulated a new definition of extremism, the

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Alpha, asylum seekers and the debate about genuine Christian conversion

When a car bomb exploded outside Liverpool’s Women’s Hospital just before 11am on Remembrance Sunday 2021, it was dismissed

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A growing intolerance and bigotry was at heart of last night’s Manchester pro-life confrontation

For anyone who’s been through our university system, controversies and disagreements surrounding student societies are a regular and expected

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For all the talk of humanity and democracy, it’s utterly shameful the UK establishment won’t save Shamima Begum

Although it didn’t come as any great surprise, the Court of Appeal decision in the Shamima Begum case this

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Labour’s green U-turn is just a symptom of a much deeper global problem

In what has been yet another less-than-dignified week in British politics, the announcement by Sir Keir Starmer that his

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