EU referendum

In an article for the Catholic Herald Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor said leaving the EU was a ‘huge step’ in British history

The way we think of left and right is a relic of the Cold War. Reality is catching up

The continent could learn some lessons from its patron – not least generosity and hospitality

Since Friday, Chesterton’s prophecy of popular uprising has been quoted everywhere

Leave voters believe in democracy and the rule of law. European history shows they are right to reject the EU

Leave voters are left with a sickening feeling that we have helped to bring about a great disaster

Our priority is to build what Dorothy Day’s Catholic Worker movement called ‘communities of resistance’

Alarmist ravings about the secession of Scotland and Northern Ireland are bunk; the real casualty is the Brussels tyranny

Labour’s crisis isn’t about Jeremy Corbyn. It’s about the party’s abandonment of its core communities

St John Paul II once pleaded with the EU to recognise its Christian traditions, but unfortunately his appeal fell on deaf ears