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The Court of Appeal is hearing the case of Christian charity Core Issues Trust vs Transport for London this week. It concerns the banning of advertisements that were due to run on London buses in April 2012.
Part of the case revolves around the role of London Mayor, Boris Johnson, whose re-election campaign was in full swing at the time.
The Court of Appeal has issued judgment in the case of Celestina Mba. Significantly, it gives legal recognition to the fact that Sunday is a day of worship and rest for many Christians and so is, in principle, worthy of protection.
The Court dismissed earlier rulings in the case that had claimed that Sunday 'is not a core component of the Christian faith'. However ...
Christian Concern CEO and General Synod member Andrea Williams has issued a statement in light of the release of the Church of England’s publication of the Report of the House of Bishops Working Group on Human Sexuality.
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Last month, a Belgian Senate committee voted in favour of a controversial bill that would extend the country's euthanasia laws to children. The bill will now go to the Senate and, if passed there, to the House of Representatives for approval.
Please sign the petition calling on politicians to abandon the proposals.
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