Prime Minister Cameron echoes British bishops' statement on 'common good'
Catholic World News - May 17, 2010
In his first address after taking the reins of the British government, Prime Minister David Cameron referred to the "common good." Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster saw the statement as an allusion to the document issued before the election by the bishops of England and Wales, entitled "Choosing the Common Good."
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