Tensions heighten after suicide of far-right historian Dominique Venner at altar of Notre Dame cathedral
Former Tory chairman says Cameron has made a hash of gay marriage, pushing Tories to quit for UKIP
Labour proposal saves same-sex marriage bill but Tory opponents vow to continue fight in Lords
The press, too, has been ungenerous, highlighting his Falklands remarks. What else could he have said?
As Justin Welby is enthroned at Canterbury, he praises 'stunning' quality of some gay relationships
He's been hailed as the man to reform the Church, but not everyone approves of Jorge Mario Bergoglio
If he can't make the Catholic Church and its practices fit for our times, his papacy will be an irrelevance
'David Cameron will not be vilified for this defining moment,' says Arnold – 'he will be celebrated'
PM brought 'humiliating rebuff' upon himself, but surely he was right to move with the times
Charles Moore accused of being 'provocative' and 'nasty' with his remarks on gay marriage
Osborne, May and Hague send letter in favour of same sex unions as MPs prepare to vote
The PM knows that the drumbeats for a change of leader will get louder if he loses Eastleigh again
Two Conservative journalists talk of threat to 'out' secretly gay Tories who vote against modernisation
President makes gay rights paramount as many welcome surprisingly liberal second-term agenda
The majority of protesters were white, bourgeois and unable to accept that France must change
Privatising the probation service is not about cutting the deficit – it's a purely ideological coalition move