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Cameron doesn't hold back in this year's Xmas message

Cameron does God in unflinchingly Christian Xmas message

David Cameron has declared "Christians around the world" should be inspired by Anglican and Catholic reforms underway this year, in an unusually religious Christmas message.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Christmas Card to Michael Gove

    Thousands of teachers have signed the NUT’s Fair Pensions for All Christmas card to Michael Gove, which were handed into the Department for Education today.

  • BASC Midlands Christmas roadshow

    BASC Midlands will host a Christmas roadshow at the Springfield Events Centre, Camelgate, Spalding, Lincolnshire, on Sunday 16th December.

  • St Dunstan's London Christmas Concert

    We are delighted to invite you to our annual Christmas Concert at St Marylebone Parish Church. All money raised will go to help our work supporting blind ex-Servicemen and women.

  • Alex Gabriel: Bah, humbug!

    Comment: Not all of us love Christmas

    If you're not entirely keen on Halloween, you're not expected to sing its praises; if Valentine's Day makes you feel lonely and unloved, or seems far too commercial, no one will say this makes you a bad person. Not liking Christmas, though, makes you a joyless Scrooge. Bah, humbug!

  • He should probably be looking where he's going

    Council forces Santa to take 'elf and safety course

    Santa Claus's Christmas preparations have been disrupted after he was compelled to take a health and safety course by a concerned local council.

  • Stephen R. Holmes is Senior Lecturer in Theology at the University of St Andrews

    Comment: On the politics of Christmas

    Mary was a teenage mother, living with a man who is not the father of her child, homeless and seeking asylum - it's enough to have a Daily Mail leader writer salivating in anticipation!

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