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Nikki and Merv Kenward are challenging the recent decision of the Director of Public Prosecutions to change the policy on the prosecution of medical staff who assist others in committing suicide.

In November, Christian street preacher Michael Jones was charged with two counts of religiously aggravated offense for comments he made whilst open-air preaching in Beverley, near Hull. Michael denied both counts.

Felix NgoleFelix Ngole is a Christian student who has been removed from his university social work course after he made comments on his personal Facebook page in support of biblical teaching on marriage and sexual ethics. Felix was told that, by posting his comments on Facebook, he "may have caused offence to some individuals" and had "transgressed boundaries which are not deemed appropriate for someone en

Richard Page, a Christian magistrate, was disciplined by a Cabinet minister and England’s highest judge for saying that a child’s best interests lie in being raised by a mother and a father.

Aisling Hubert began criminal proceedings against two doctors who offered sex-selective abortions.

Victoria Wasteney, a senior NHS occupational therapist was suspended for nine months after giving a Christian book to a Muslim colleague. Victoria then received a written warning following allegations of 'harassment and bullying' by a Muslim staff-member.

Sarah MbuyiChristian nursery nurse, Sarah Mbuyi, was dismissed for gross misconduct from her job in a London children’s nursery after saying that marriage is between one man and one woman.

Street preacher Andrew Geuter was arrested in Hereford on 23 April 2015 after he was wrongly accused of making homophobic comments by a member of the public. He was held for five hours, during which time he was interviewed before being released on conditional bail. The police later determined to take no action due to insufficient evidence.

Street preacher Rob Hughes was arrested in Basildon on 4 September 2013 after he was wrongly accused of using homophobic and offensive language in a confrontation with a member of the public. Rob was held by police for 11 hours before being released on grounds of insufficient evidence. In addition to being interviewed during his time in custody, Rob was also fingerprinted, and had a DNA sample and a mug shot taken.

In March 2015, street evangelist Mike Overd was convicted of a public order offence for using the 'wrong' Bible verse in public.

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