Dennis Sewell

The Christian bakers won their case, but the fight for religious freedom is not over yet

The new chief inspector is as sensible as anyone in Whitehall. But a crackdown on faith schools may be coming

Campus censorship spells trouble for Christians – and it is being driven by professors, not students

Christians could be victims of the government’s crackdown on Islamism

European countries are desperately trying to raise their fertility rates. But nothing seems to be working

The simple clash between pro-choice and pro-life camps is giving way to a more complex but no less ferocious struggle

Myths about Down’s syndrome lead to thousands of abortions every year. A new proposal will make it even harder for parents to resist social pressure

When the charity decided to campaign for abortion it dramatically abandoned its Catholic founder’s vision

First it was eugenics – now, under the guise of environmentalism, governments across the world are trying to force the poor and ‘culturally backward’ not to breed

It was a mistake to think that Ofsted could be relied upon to adopt a sensible approach to promoting British values in schools