Boris Johnson
November 19, 2021
Catholics march on ‘Day of Action’ in support of new climate change policies
September 14, 2021
Has the pandemic got the better of the business two-piece?
June 14, 2021
Questions have swirled around UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s religious affiliation in the wake of his marriage to long-time partner in a private ceremony in the Catholic cathedral at Westminster at the end of last month. He was the first prime minister to marry in office since Robert Banks Jenkinson in 1822, and only the
June 09, 2021
"I don't expect members of panel shows or even Church Times columnists to be experts on Catholic Church law," writes Charles Collins. "But let’s face it, most of those who are upset with the Catholic Church for allowing Johnson to marry his girlfriend (and mother of his child) are more upset with the prime minister’s policies than his - or the Church’s - morals."
June 08, 2021
In a statement, ACN UK National Director Neville Kyrke-Smith stressed the need for swift action. “It is urgent that the Prime Minister acts to save the lives of Maira and her family," he said. "They are in grave danger.”
May 01, 2021
Sir Bill Cash reviews The Impossible Office? The History of the British Prime Minister, by Anthony Seldon
February 05, 2021
Over 70 organisations signed a letter to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling for a public inquiry into the approval of a new deep coal mine in Cumbria.
January 29, 2021
More than half of Britons believe footballer Marcus Rashford is doing a better job of holding the government to account over its coronavirus response than leader of the opposition Sir Keir Starmer.
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