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In a victory for both freedom and the family, the widely-criticised ‘Named Person’ scheme has been ruled 'unlawful' by the Supreme Court.
A Church of England clergyman has resigned from his post as parish priest in order to 'marry' his same-sex partner.
Members of the Church of England’s General Synod have issued a statement expressing their dissatisfaction with the July Synod’s ‘shared conversations’ on human sexuality.
July 22nd, 2016 | Islam, Social
In response to recent terror attacks in Europe, Christian Concern's Director of Islamic Affairs, Tim Dieppe, comments on the rise of the 'lone jihadist'.
A committee of MPs and peers has called for an independent review of the government's 'counter-extremism strategy' in a damaging report, released today.
Children as young as five will be encouraged to think about their 'gender-identity' and sexual orientation as part of the Scottish government’s 'Named Person' scheme.
July 22nd, 2016 | Abortion, Religious Freedom, Social
A report by the All-Party Parliamentary Pro-Life Group (APPG) has found that UK doctors who do not wish to participate in abortion procedures are often refused the right to conscientious objection.
A Dutch Christian charity has had its funding withdrawn due to its stance on same-sex relationships.
July 22nd, 2016 | Family, Same-Sex 'Marriage', Social
Romania's top Court has paved the way for a referendum on defining marriage in the constitution as a union between one man and one woman.
July 20th, 2016 | Education, Social
Boarding school teachers should refer to pupils who identify as transgender as 'zie' so as not to offend them, according to new official guidance.
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