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    Christian nurse has restrictions lifted
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    Richard Page granted appeal
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You may remember Sarah Kuteh, a nurse who was dismissed from her job after talking to patients about her Christian faith and giving a Bible to one patient. Finally, on the 26th July 2018, the NMC panel unanimously ruled that Sarah was fully 'fit to practise' and revoked all restrictions on her nursing practice.
August 10th, 2018 | End of life, Life and Bioethics
The BBC has reported on the tragic case of a troubled 29-year-old woman, Aurelia Brouwers who obtained voluntary euthanasia in a bid to escape her struggles with depression and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
August 9th, 2018 | Family, Family and Sexual Ethics
Roger Kiska provides an update on the effects of pro-life, pro-family policy in European countries.
The local councillor who was forced to resign as Mayor of Ferryhill over social media posts has had formal complaints about his conduct dismissed.
August 3rd, 2018 | Family and Sexual Ethics
In this essay, Wilberforce Academy director, Dr Joe Boot shows the importance of a person's world-and-life-view to their understanding of sexuality. He examines the religious and philosophical ideas that drive the attack on God's distinction of male and female - but notes that "no matter how subversive the utopian sexual revolutionaries become, they cannot finally overturn God’s creational norm and order" - because this is God's world.
Andrea Williams, chief executive of Christian Concern, comments on how legal cases determining the 'best interests' have shifted in the past thirty years.
The UK government has taken the extraordinary step of admitting that transgender identification is actually a belief. It has done this in its own consultation document on reforming the Gender Recognition Act (2004), in a discussion on whether there should be legal rights for people who say they are neither male nor female.
Joe Boot argues that Christians, as members of a royal priesthood, are called to exercise godly rule in the world.
A Christian doctor had his contract terminated as a medical assessor for the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) because of his belief that sex is genetic and biological.
On Tuesday the government announced plans to ‘stamp out’ what it simplistically calls ‘conversion therapies’ for sexual orientation and gender identity. The usual media circus flared up as it does around this subject. Most journalists and commentators have not realised how serious this really is. The United Kingdom has turned a corner with this announcement.
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