But Harriet Harman needs to say, once and for all, that she recants her support for what was then the Spirit of the Age on children and pornography.
Thereby admitting that it was the Spirit of the Age, against which the Catholic Church made however imperfect a stand. Even moving people around did at least conceded that there was a problem, rather than something to celebrate.
In marked contrast to those on the then New Left who disagreed most violently with Her Teaching on bioethical and sexual questions, and thus also with Her Teaching on social justice and on peace.
And in no less marked contrast to those on the then New Right who disagreed most violently on Her Teaching on economic and geopolitical questions, and thus also with Her Teaching on the sanctity of life and on the virtue, which is in fact the civic virtue, of chastity.