Tag: Parliamentarians

Dorries on the Truth about BPAS ‘Counselling’

From here. Dr Evan Harris, also know by most Parliamentarians (even those on his own side!) as Dr Death, due to his zealous interest in things to do with death, ie, assisted suicide and abortion – and he truly is a

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Rowan and Parliament

Reports in the Telegraph this morning that the Archbishop of Canterbury has essentially told parliamentarians where to go. Dr Rowan Williams has refused to be drawn on the issue publicly, but has broken his silence to tell MPs he is

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Since Parliamentary Privilege No Longer Exists…

Cranmer sums up the situation over Damian Green very well: The charge against Damian Green is one of ‘aiding and abetting misconduct in public office’. It is alleged that he received information from a Home Office whistle-blower on the parlous

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The Loss of Sacrality

Father Jeffrey Steel has some interesting thoughts on the women bishops General Synod debate, and what it has to say about our approach to the Eucharist. In light of this element of Eucharistic catholicity, it is my understanding that the

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