Islamic terrorist attacks account for fewer than 100 deaths in the UK but, in recent years, we've seen the IRA apologise for the death of 1,800 “non-combatants” alone Jamie Lewis
Cameron is only the latest Prime Minister to be in intense trouble, but the pressure makes "presidential" impossible Steve Richards
We're used to being scapegoated, but I can't allow my profession to be held responsible for the problems in A&E Dr Clare Gerada
So there's a crisis in housing stock? It must be those middle-aged women divorcing for the fun of it Kate Figes
Ed Miliband is staring at an open goal and I know just the pair of strikers to win it for him Matthew Norman
Globally, we're losing £100bn a year through the practice, says Oxfam's Head of Development Finance Emma Seery
New College of Policing guidelines demand officers reveal any journalist friends they may have. It's ludicrous Archie Bland
In Pakistan, state brutality makes journalism a dangerous business - Umar Cheema tells his tale Voices in Danger
Equal Partners revisited: Earlier this year we campaigned for equal marriage. The debate hasn't gone away Independent Voices
...Is that you can't always fix the result. But try telling Mandelson and other EU fanatics Dominic Lawson
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A Christian nurse re-assigned to an office role after refusing to take off a necklace bearing a cross will take her case to an employment tribunal next week, a hospital said today.
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Senior bishops today claimed Christians in Britain are being "treated with disrespect" while followers of other faiths are dealt with more sensitively.
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Pope John Paul II's fast-track to sainthood is in danger of derailment after doubts were cast yesterday on the prerequisite miracle, in which the former pontiff was said to have cured a nun of Parkinson's disease.
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The Church of England's General Synod avoided yet another damaging schism yesterday. It sidestepped an attempt by evangelicals to officially recognise a controversial sect of American Anglicans who have formed their own church in protest at the growing acceptance of homosexuality.
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The Ministry of Defence will not be ordering troops to remove coded references to the Bible from a range of specialist gun sights that are being used by British units in Afghanistan, The Independent has learned.
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