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Clifford Longley



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  1. The national British identity was as resolutely Europhobic as it was anti-Catholic
  2. Cameron failed to appreciate effect of migration on the white working class voter
  3. The demands of labour must take priority over the demands of capital
  4. Irrational impulses are part and parcel of populist politics
  5. Master-servant still provides the framework for employer-employee relations
  6. Meritocracy is ultimately a flawed project
  7. Once the doorway to fanaticism has opened, it is hard to close
  8. Lost in the post
  9. It is no coincidence that Pennsylvania voted for Trump and Wales for Brexit
  10. There is a presumption that there is something not right about homosexuality
  11. There needs to be a discussion about the pastoral care of cohabiting relationships
  12. Human sexuality remains a mystery, with many surprises still to come
  13. Politicians inhabit a virtual reality that ordinary people can tell at a glance is false
  14. How cruel Christianity can be to its own most faithful servants
  15. Austerity no longer promises anything but more of the same – no jam tomorrow
  16. The use of Latin conveyed that the liturgy was dealing with sacred mysteries
  17. A newly fertilised embryo is not, in any common sense view, a ‘person’ as you and I
  18. It is facile to dismiss Labour’s nationalisation proposals as Marxist
  19. To Karol Josef Wojtyla, freedom of speech was an alien concept
  20. To Karol Josef Wojtyla, freedom of speech was an alien concept
  21. Referendums seriously diminish the sovereignty of Parliament
  22. The bishops’ statement is a quantum leap from condemnation and disapproval
  23. The bishops’ statement is a quantum leap from condemnation and disapproval
  24. The bishops’ statement is a quantum leap from condemnation and disapproval
  25. The bishops’ statement is a quantum leap from condemnation and disapproval
  26. Has Humanae Vitae subtly corrupted the Catholic soul in some way?
  27. Why cannot there be another consultation to energise the Catholic faithful?
  28. When it comes to the world of work, is Catholic Social Teaching now the only show in town?
  29. The Church is at last beginning to take financial sin as seriously as sexual sin
  30. Chilcot's final verdict on Britain's role in the Iraq conflict is both damning and shaming
  31. Have the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales permitted Pelagian heresy?
  32. 2018: The year when public opinion will swing decisively against Brexit.
  33. Why Tim Farron has yet again got it wrong on gay sex
  34. Is it time for the bishops to make a 'bonfire of their vanities'?
  35. The Pope has branded fake news as the devil's work. What does this mean?
  36. Could measures to limit the freedom of anti-abortion protesters to stand outside abortion clinics be justified?
  37. Brexit, Boris and betrayal: Clifford Longley pens an open letter
  38. Why Russia and America must both stand back from Syria
  39. Windrush has cast dark shadow over reputation of Theresa May

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