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Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and Catholic politicians

posted on 02 July 2007

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, who has been attending a meeting of the Council of Cardinals in Rome, has been interviewed by Vatican Radio's Phillipa Hitchen. In the interview, first broadcast on July 2nd 2007, he talks about the challenges facing Gordon Brown, Britain's new Prime Minister, the legacy of Tony Blair and the duties of Catholic politicians.

The full  interview can be heard on Vatican Radio from the link below.

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posted on 02 July 2007

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