Jerome Taylor

Jerome Taylor first came to The Independent in 2005 and joined the Foreign Desk. He is now a news reporter and the paper's Religious Affairs Correspondent.

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We shouted loudest over Sri Lanka’s abuses. Three years on and we’re arming the regime

No matter how much red tape we put in place, we have no control over how such weaponry is used

Russia set for posthumous Magnitsky trial

Amnesty says the trial is a 'new chapter in Russia's worsening human rights record'

Captive Belarusian journalist Irina Khalip allowed to visit husband in Britain

Wife of exiled presidential candidate hopes to visit UK next month

Alina Costache: ‘Treatment in the UK would be a huge amount of money that most people couldn’t afford’

No NHS bonanza on offer to EU migrants

Romanians are unlikely to flock to the UK for free healthcare

The Duchess of Cambridge is currently five months pregnant

Royal Family condemn plans by Italian magazine to publish 'baby bump' bikini photos of Duchess of Cambridge

The Royal Family has criticised an Italian magazine for threatening to publish paparazzi photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge as she walked on a secluded beach in a bikini during a holiday to Mustique earlier this week.

Pope Benedict XVI resigned 'for the good of the church'

85-year-old German cleric received standing ovation from faithful at the Vatican

Dave Bryan in his adopted home of Bucharest

British expats in Romania: They come over here, taking our jobs...

As the UK prepares to open its borders to Romanians next year, Jerome Taylor meets the unlikely expats who have moved in the other direction

Potential Popes - top row from left: Brazilian Cardinal Claudio Hummes, Honduran Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodrigues Maradiaga, Argentine Archbishop Jorge Mario Bergoglio. Bottom row from left : Austrian Cristoph Schonborn, Hungarian Peter Erdoe, Italian Angelo Scola, Canadian Marc Ouellet

Pope Benedict XVI might be off – but his conservative allies are still there

Of the 120 electors who get to vote 67 of them have been appointed by Benedict

David Cecil was kicked out of the country on Monday, apparently on government orders

British producer sent home over 'gay' play forced to leave Ugandan family

A British theatre producer was deported from Uganda after staging a play about homosexuality in the increasingly homophobic African nation.

Leonardo Sandri: A top contender to become Latin America’s first Pope, Argentinian Cardinal Sandri is currently the head of the Vatican’s Eastern Churches department

Pope Benedict XVI resigns: Who is next in line? A selection process shrouded in secrecy

Pope Benedict XVI’s shock resignation may be virtually unheard of in modern times but the system that will choose the Catholic Church’s new leader follows centuries of well-rehearsed and high secretive tradition. It is a process that has, by and large, enabled successors to be picked quickly and we could even see a new Pontiff enthroned before Easter Sunday.

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