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7500: Bumpy ride for faith, but not all bad

Since CT 7000, the religious aspects of policy have had to be taken seriously again, says Hugh Rayment-Pickard

I HAVE a personal interest in the past decade. It was just over ten years ago that I arrived in my present parish. Tony Blair was poised for power, Swampy was holding up the Newbury bypass, and the Dunblane massacre had killed 17 people. Tech stocks were already being talked up, and BSE had just been found in humans. The numbers 9 and 11 had no special ...

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An angry voice and a tear

An angry voice and a tear

Sinéad O'Connor headlines at the Greenbelt Festival this Sunday, despite her very public history of animosity against the Roman Catholic Church. Is she a troublemaker, a publicity-seeker, or a prophet? Cole Moreton makes an evaluation  Read More

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Did King Charles I have Asperger’s syndrome?

New research suggests that the King's medical condition may have affected his decision-making, but it did not prevent his saving the Church of England, argues Robert Beaken  Subscribe to read more

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