David Cameron: A long walk into the wilderness

The Week in Review: What would Jesus do, Mr Cameron?

There's been little evidence this week of David Cameron's conversion to Christian morality.

Religion in Britain: Surveys show decline in Christian faith

Doing God: Why is Cameron calling himself 'evangelical'?

The prime minister's sudden shift to religious rhetoric has a political motive.

Liam Fox during the Adam Werritty scandal. The defence secretary eventually fell on his sword.

Liam Fox accuses Snowden of 'treason' - but ignores his own past

Liam Fox accuses Edward Snowden and Alan Rusbridger of "treason" and "incompetence". He should know.

Police in Canary Wharf

WATCH: Suing the state - hidden rules in the EU-US trade deal

Investor protections in a massive EU-US trade deal give corporations rights over national parliaments


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