Boris Johnson
January 27, 2021
As Covid deaths rise above 100,000 in the UK, Cardinal Vincent Nichols offers his prayers for the dead and grieving.
January 21, 2021
In two letters, politicians, senior clergy and heads of aid organisations from around the world urged US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to end their economic sanctions on Syria. Citing an appeal at the end of December from the UN Special Rapporteur on Unilateral Coercieve Measures, Prof. Alena Douhan, they called
January 20, 2021
At Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson congratulated President Joe Biden on his inauguration.
November 01, 2020
Victoria Seed says the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales are right to demand the government account for the suppression of public worship.
November 01, 2020
Measures take effect Nov 5, and will stay in place for a period of four weeks. The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales question the need to restrict public worship, and demand to see evidence in support of the decision.
July 05, 2017
The foreign secretary said the terminally ill child cannot leave Great Ormond Street Hospital for legal reasons
December 09, 2016
No one minds Boris Johnson accusing the Iranians of stirring up war; what upsets Downing Street is the thought of criticism directed at our allies, the Saudis
February 02, 2015
How on earth are we meant to defeat Islamism if we seem so unable or unwilling to understand its roots?
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