"Prime Minister David Cameron has disagreed with a comment made by Pope Francis, who warned against mocking others' religions.
Following the attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, the Pope made his point by saying someone who insulted his mother could "expect to get punched".
But Mr Cameron, speaking to CBS News, said the media had the right to publish material that was offensive to some."
"The UK must redouble its efforts to "wipe out anti-Semitism", Home Secretary Theresa May has said."
Granted, anti-Semitism sometimes manifests itself beyond vocal or printed mocking of the Jewish people (which is not acceptable), but the Prime Minister is doing little to prevent the very kind of bigotry and intolerance that his Home Secretary seeks to stamp out!