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In this piece, Andrea Williams responds to comments made by Prime Minister Theresa May this week, and two reports which highlight the status of Christian freedoms in the UK.
December 2nd, 2016 | Islam, Social
In this piece, Tim Dieppe comments on a new poll of British Muslims, which highlights a lack of support for Islamic finance in the Muslim community.
Andrea Williams responds to a letter from the Church of England Secretary General, William Nye, who wrote an open letter to Andy Lines of GAFCON UK, criticising the publication of its briefing paper, 'The Church of England and Lambeth I:10'.
Christian Legal Centre Case Worker Libby Powell responds to an EHRC report, released today (2 December), that considers some of the key CLC cases of the last few years and concludes that the current law protecting religion and belief us adequate and does not need to be amended.
A Christian who was dismissed as a magistrate after expressing the view that it was in a child’s best interests to be raised by a mother and father, has begun legal action after being blocked from returning to his role as an NHS director.
November 25th, 2016 | Bioethics, End of life, Social
In this article, Christian Concern's Communications Officer, Camilla Olim, comments on news that a 14-year-old girl, dying of cancer, won the right to be cryogenically preserved.
A number of British landmarks were floodlit in red this past Wednesday, to honour and acknowledge those who are suffering persecution for their faith around the world.
November 23rd, 2016 | Islam
Tim Dieppe reflects on Justin Welby’s call for people to stop saying that ISIS has "nothing to do with Islam". Tim agrees with Archbishop Welby that in order to defeat ISIS we must deal with the ideology driving their actions. Tim is Director of Islamic Affairs at Christian Concern.
A council will reconsider a Christian couple’s offer to adopt their foster children, following involvement from the Christian Legal Centre.
November 18th, 2016 | Islam, Social
In this piece, Christian Concern's Islamic Affairs Director Tim Dieppe discusses a House of Lords debate this week, on an amendment that would require religious marriages to be registered.
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