NHS worker who ‘bullied’ Muslim by praying for her

Sep 11, 2014 by

By David Barrett, Telegraph: A Christian health worker has begun a legal challenge after being disciplined by the NHS for praying with a Muslim colleague. Victoria Wasteney, a senior occupational therapist in one of the country’s most racially diverse areas, was also accused of bullying the colleague after giving her a book about a Muslim woman who converts to Christianity. In addition, senior managers told Miss Wasteney that it was inappropriate to invite the woman to a community sports day...

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The Wrong Kind of Christian

Sep 2, 2014 by

Editor’s note:  If Christians are intelligent and nuanced, winsome not shrill and aggessive, middle-of-the-road not too conservative, engaging with culture not condemning and withdrawing from it, using discussion based on reason not argument based on emotion – if we are like this, we will win over the culture, or at least be given respect and  space for ourselves to continue to believe and act as we have always done. Right? It’s worth reading this article carefully, and...

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You can’t deport me… I am gay

Aug 29, 2014 by

By Neil Sears, Mailonline: Jamaican thug’s plea moments before being put on a plane stops him being kicked out. A violent father-of-two escaped deportation moments before being put on a plane to Jamaica – by suddenly declaring he was homosexual. Alvin Brissett, 55, was ordered to be sent back to his Jamaican homeland after building up a long criminal record including thefts, drug possession, and assaults. Yet at the last moment, while he was in handcuffs in a van at Gatwick airport, he...

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The rotten Borough of Rotherham

Aug 27, 2014 by

By Mark Wallace, Conservative Home: The full report into the mass sexual abuse of children in Rotherham is 153 pages long. It makes horrific and infuriating reading. The authors say that their “conservative estimate” is that 1,400 children were exploited, abducted and raped over a sixteen year period by “large numbers” of men, that the abusers had extensive links with organised crime and with other towns in the region. The scale and depth of the depravity involved is hard to stomach, and still...

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Political correctness isn’t for cissies

Aug 15, 2014 by

by Peter Franklin, Conservative Home: Being PC used to be easy-peasy. On the one hand you had the oppressors – i.e. rich white males; while on the other other you had the oppressed – i.e. everyone else. All you had to do was side with the latter against the former and you’d be sorted. But now it’s more complicated. The professionally oppressed are duking it out in a contest of victimhood one-upmanship – not that they approve of dukes or, for that matter, men. This is documented in a remarkable...

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Trojan Horse purge ‘threat to Christmas’

Aug 12, 2014 by

by Steve Doughty, Mailonline: Independent schools and academies could be forced to drop celebrations under new rules to tackle extremists. Independent schools and academies may be forced to drop Christmas celebrations under rules designed to tackle extremists, critics warned yesterday. They say 6,000 private schools will be compelled to adopt political correctness. Following the Trojan Horse scandal, in which Birmingham schools came under the sway of Islamic extremists, the Education...

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