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11 September 2014

Profound and probably irreversible changes in the relationships between Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland are a prospect to be welcomed, whatever the actual result of the referendum on Scottish independence next Thursday.

11 September 2014

There has been no indication of a split in the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales regarding the forthcoming extraordinary synod in Rome.

Columnists

11 September 2014 by Francis Campbell

It is perhaps no coincidence that the United Kingdom in the space of the next two years is likely to face the consequences of two separate referendums on integration; the first on the union with Scotland in just five days’ time and the second on membership of the European Union promised by 2017.

11 September 2014

As war battered the Middle East and a constitutional crisis in the form of Scottish independence loomed in the United Kingdom, the attention of the nation, or nations, was gripped for a week by the tale of Ashya King, aged five.