Compare and contrast

Sep 17, 2017 by

by Fr Ed Tomlinson: I have zero tolerance where child abuse, in any form, is concerned. As a father it makes my blood boil. So let me state clearly; I deplore sexual abuse and have no desire to make apology for offenders or protectors. Where crimes were/are committed the judicial system must be...

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Harriet Harman admits paedophile group joined her civil liberties group in the 1970s

Sep 11, 2017 by

Ed: In response to Harriet Harman’s recent accusation of Jacob Rees-Mogg being a ‘deadbeat dad’, we make no apologies for reposting this article from February 2014 by Christopher Hope in The Telegraph. Harriet Harman has been forced to deny supporting paedophilia after she...

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A theological enquiry is needed after Newcastle

Aug 17, 2017 by

CEN Editorial.  It was the turn for Newcastle to reveal its own grisly, deep and wide sex ring as nearly 20 men were convicted of abusing young blue-collar girls, many in ‘care’. Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Bury, Banbury, the list gets longer and the public gets more and more cynical about the...

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Our most vulnerable girls pay sorely for our surrender to the Islamists

Aug 13, 2017 by

by Jules Gomes, TCW; It is rape of the innocents on an industrial scale. First they came for white, teenage, under class girls in Rotherham, and we did not speak out – because we did not want to be called racists. Next they came for white, teenage, under class girls in Oxford, and we did not speak...

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Leading Anglican Evangelist Berates Welby over Carey’s Forced Resignation

Jul 12, 2017 by

by Canon Michael Green, VOL: Public executions are ugly. But that is what has happened to Lord Carey. As a result of his handling of the Bishop Peter Ball pedophile affair, a quarter of a century ago, he has now not only been criticized in the Gibb Report and accused in a letter of June 21 by the...

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“A prophet now without honour” – What the Anglican Communion owes Lord Carey of Clifton

Jul 7, 2017 by

by Chris Sugden: The standards of 2017, drawn from lessons learnt over the last 25 years, are being applied to those on whose watch very regrettable events took place a quarter of a century ago. That does not lessen the gravity of the issue in any way, or cover up serious errors of judgement for...

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