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An application was made today (2nd March) by Sarah Mbuyi’s former employer for her case to be heard in private with no media or public presence. However, the application was refused at 3pm this afternoon, with the Judge ruling that the case will be heard in open court.
March 2nd, 2015 | Religious Freedom
The words “Christ” and “Jesus Christ” have been removed from a list of banned offensive terms by Marks & Spencer. The u-turn follows an online barrage of comments after it emerged, yesterday (Sunday March 1) that the the terms were banned.
Sarah Mbuyi, who lost her job after saying that God's pattern for marriage involves 'one man and one woman' is presenting her case to the Employment Tribunal this week.
February 27th, 2015 | Family, Same-Sex 'Marriage', Social
A High Court judge has granted permission for a London couple to challenge the bar on heterosexual couples entering Civil Partnerships.
February 25th, 2015 | Bioethics, Family
The UK will become the first country in the world to allow the creation of genetically-modified, three-parent children following a vote in the House of Lords this week.
February 24th, 2015 | Abortion
MPs on Monday rejected an opportunity to confirm that the law prohibits abortion on the grounds of the baby's gender.
February 24th, 2015 | Social
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales has this week written to Catholics urging them to ask questions of their election candidates.
Christian Concern’s Islamic Affairs Adviser, Sam Solomon, himself a convert from Islam to Jesus Christ reflects on the recent beheading of 21 Christians.
February 20th, 2015 | Social
Public money is being used to supply under-age children with condoms, it emerged this week.
February 20th, 2015 | End of life
New research suggests that nearly one in five Dutch doctors (18%) would consider helping those who do not have any physical problems but are simply 'tired of living', to commit suicide.
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