Let priests wed, says UK's senior Catholic in call to overturn centuries of tradition By Jim Mcbeth PUBLISHED: 01:38 GMT, 23 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:08 GMT, 23 February 2013 Ideas: Cardinal Keith O'Brien, Britain's top Roman Catholic and one of the men who will choose the next Pope, says the Church should overturn centuries of tradition and allow priests to marry Britain’s top Roman Catholic, one of the men who will choose the next Pope, says the Church should overturn centuries of tradition and allow priests to marry.
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Elizabeth already the hot favourite for royal baby name as couple surprise the bookies with their early pregnancy announcement Ladbroke's are offering odds of 8/1 that the baby will be called Elizabeth after the Queen Diana as a name for the couple's first child is in fourth place at 12/1 One customer bet 10 on the name Rylan being chosen at odds of 1000/1 William Hill is even offering odds on the colour of the newborn's hair – 6/4 brown, 2/1 blonde, 5/2 black, and 8/1 ginger Morph Thing website has created bizarre composite images of what the baby may look like | UPDATED: 20:39 GMT, 3 December 2012 After Prince William accepted a babygro from a well wisher in Cambridge last week it was heavily odds on at 1/5 that the royal couple would announce they were expecting a child in 2013. The surprise announcement today beat the odds by one month, and now it is bets on the new arrival's name that are hotting up. While, naturally, it's a 50:50 shot over the sex of their newborn with firms like Ladbrokes offering even money for a boy or a girl, and William Hill giving odds of 10/11 for a boy and the same for a girl.
A child to make royal history: The first addition to a new line of succession which will govern the Crown for evermore | UPDATED: 22:50 GMT, 3 December 2012 While the world – and especially the bookies – enjoy the traditional speculation over the sex and name of any impending royal arrival, the future third in line to the throne has already made royal and constitutional history.