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Darren Moore’s a born-again Christian, which was often difficult to square with the physicality of his game
Pleasures of the warm spell
Since 1978 the National Justice and Peace Network has been pricking the Catholic conscience and campaigning on awkward social issues. Its members regard Pope Francis as a ‘soulmate’, but there remains a feeling that to many in the hierarchy social action is not a priority
Many northern cities and regions now have elected mayors but not Yorkshire. Divisions within the old county have meant that disagreement reigns between its major conurbations. But that could be about to change
The shadow at the party celebrating the birthday of the state of Israel this week was the fate of the 700,000 Palestinians who left their land in 1948. Were they forced to flee or not?
Next Friday the future shape of the abortion laws in Ireland will be decided. Yet one in five citizens has not made up their mind how to vote, and the result could still go either way.
In parliamentary elections tomorrow, Saturday 12 May, Iraq will decide on a new prime minister and president. Mike Simpson, chief executive of the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East, looks at how corruption, unemployment and sectarianism are among the issues that must be addressed if Iraq's beleagured Christian community is to have any chance of survival.
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