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Spadaro’s essay criticises many ideas and groups that deserve it, but in the end is wrong-headed and over-simplistic

An uncompromising new novel about corruption speaks loudly to a tense and divided America

Bad faith between liberals and conservatives is causing debate to devolve into partisan sniping

Trump’s populism and Macron’s haughty liberalism are, in substance, not significantly different

2,579 priests, monks and seminarians from Germany and Occupied Europe were imprisoned at the camp

Liturgical squabbles, doctrinal rows, vicious public spats: the Church is once again gripped by a 1970s-style factionalism

A more skilful politician could have appealed to the big new Tory working-class group while also holding enough liberals from the Cameron era

Cardinal Meisner was steadfastly loyal both to Church teaching and his close friend Benedict XVI

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Disabled people have much to give to society. So why has the EHRC abolished its Disability Commissioner?