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In an unashamed attempt to force a feminist LGBT agenda onto Northern Ireland, the government has confirmed that it will push ahead with plans to introduce same-sex ‘marriage’ and abortion into the province.
July 11th, 2019 | Sexual Orientation
Carys Moseley comments on the bias of the Government Equalities Office and calls for its abolition.
July 10th, 2019 | Freedom, Freedom of Speech
Christian Concern Communications Officer Rebekah Moffett comments on Peter Tatchell’s defence of Felix Ngole.
Tim Dieppe comments on the recent government review into persecuted Christians overseas.
A Christian doctor with 26 years in the NHS is challenging the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions after he was sacked for refusing to use ‘transgender pronouns’.
July 5th, 2019 | End of life
MPs debated the law relating to assisted dying on Thursday. Nick Boles initiated the debate which included passionate speeches from both sides.
Andrea Williams, Chief Executive of Christian Concern and the Christian Legal Centre comments on the judgment handed down this week in the case of Felix Ngole, the student who was expelled from Sheffield University for expressing Biblical views on sexual ethics.
Christian Concern is delighted to announce that following a long wait for judgment, student social worker Felix Ngole has finally won his case.
June 28th, 2019 | Education, Freedom, Freedom of Speech
In part two of her two-part series on academic free speech and the LGBT agenda, Carys Moseley discusses the silence of UK theologians on the issue and urges theology departments across the country to start speaking the truth.
June 28th, 2019 | Family, Family and Sexual Ethics
The government’s Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill was debated in the House of Commons on Tuesday and passed its second reading. This means that it now progresses to the Committee stage where amendments can be proposed, and where each line of the Bill is scrutinised. The Bill will enable one partner to impose divorce on the other for no reason at all.
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