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This week, we print the full texts of all Pope Benedict XVI’s addresses in Britain, and offer in-depth coverage of each day of the visit: four historic days in which the Holy Father charmed and challenged Britain. William Oddie says the caricature of Benedict XVI as cold and aloof can now finally be laid to rest; Stuart Reid speaks to pilgrims buzzing after Hyde Park; and Patrick West says the whole thing was a disaster for atheism.
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