This week we report on the mounting pressure on David Cameron to speak out and take action over persecuted Iraqi Christians and the Catholic Education Service’s call not to make sex education compulsory.
Madeleine Teahan talks to Catholic cartoonist about how she came back to the Faith and David Bell writes about the prelate who took on Adolf Hitler. Meanwhile, Mary Kenny reveals why actress Liz Carr is her new heroine and Nick Thomas pinpoints the moment that Ed Miliband lost it.
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