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  • Election fraud has been allowed to take place in Muslim communities because of “political correctness”, a major report finds as it calls for unprecedented reforms to the British voting system.

    In a report commissioned by the Government, Sir Eric Pickles, the former Conservative Cabinet minister, today warns that the authorities are in a “state of denial” and are “turning a blind eye” to election fraud.

    Source: Telegraph

  • The HSE will clarify the level of information that doctors can give women travelling to terminate unviable pregnancies amid fears of confusion among medical staff.

    Simon Harris, the health minister, said that parents travelling for abortions after a diagnosis of a fatal foetal abnormality should not face a lottery when seeking advice from their doctors.

    Source: Times

  • August 11, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Thousands marched yesterday in protests held throughout Colombia to protest a new initiative of the country’s homosexual Minister of Education to implement homosexualist and transsexualist gender ideology programs in Colombian schools.

    “No to gender ideology! Mr. President, Ms. Minister, listen to us!” speakers told a crowd of thousands gathered in the city of Bucaramanga. “Long live the rights of children! Long live the family. United, it will never be defeated!”

    Source: :LifeSite News

  • An Iranian-born German politician has claimed Christians living in asylum centres in the country are being forced to hide crucifixes and Bibles or face death threats from Muslims.
    Mahin Mousapour, a pastor in the Evangelic Free Church, who converted Christianity more than 20 years ago, told a press conference that Christians living in migrant accommodation are being constantly persecuted.

    Source: Mail

  • We’ve closely followed the “Don’t Screen Us Out” movement in Great Britain. Campaigners are working to raise awareness that Down syndrome is not a “disease” to be eradicated and to explain that a new “Non-Invasive Prenatal Test’ [NIPT] purported to be 99% accurate will result in the deaths of even more babies diagnosed not only with Down syndrome but also with Patau’s and Edwards’ syndromes “and could be used to detect all known genetic abnormalities,” according to Sam Greenhill of the Daily Mail.

    Source: LifeSite News

  • A day after religious leaders released an open letter calling on California to protect religious liberty in higher education, the lawmaker behind a controversial bill dropped the proposal in question, allowing religious schools to keep exemptions to anti-discrimination laws related to sexuality.

    Under state Senator Ricardo Lara’s amended bill, schools must “disclose if they have an exemption and report to the state when students are expelled for violating morality codes,” the Los Angeles Times reported.

    Source: Christianity Today

  • Don't change church teaching on sexuality, it could lead to fracture of CofE and Anglican Communion they say

    Church of England Newspaper
    August 11, 2016

    To the College and House of Bishops.

    Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

    Now that the process of Shared Conversations launched subsequent to the Pilling Report has been completed and the 'baton' passed to the College and House of Bishops, we are writing to assure you of our prayers as you meet this autumn to discern the way forward. As members of General Synod we wish to offer the following reflections which we hope and pray might enable your deliberation and discernment.

    Source: Virtue Online

  • Muslim women are the most economically disadvantaged group in British society, according to a report by MPs.

    They are three times more likely to be unemployed and looking for a job than women generally and more than twice as likely to be economically inactive, the Women and Equalities Committee said.


  • Senior ministers in Germany have called for a ban on burqas and an end to dual citizenship in response to the threat from terrorism.

    Angela Merkel’s government is preparing to unveil increased security measures in the wake of recent terror attacks.

    Source: Telegraph

  • Sainsbury’s has apologised to two men who say they were asked to follow a security guard out of a shop after another customer complained about them holding hands and putting their arms around each other.

    Thomas Rees said he and his partner, Joshua Bradwell, had been left stunned after the security guard led them out of a Sainsbury’s branch in Hackney, east London, and told them a woman had complained about their behaviour in the aisles.

    Source: Guardian


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