Watch: British diplomat stands to pay respects to Iranian dictator

May 22, 2024 by

by Joe Barnes and Daniel Martin, The Telegraph: Ben Wallace criticises the move saying it ‘has to be one of the lowest points for the Foreign Office’. Britain’s representative on the UN Security Council has been criticised after standing...

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Is the Fight against Assisted Dying a Lost Cause?

May 22, 2024 by

By Mehmet Ciftci, Public Discourse: Canada’s infamy has led many to rethink their support for assisted dying, no matter how strong the purported safeguards may be. The legalization of assisted dying in the UK is inevitable, according to...

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Christians launch ‘alternative’ petition to counteract assisted dying services

May 22, 2024 by

by Heather Preston, Premier: A group of Christians are calling on the UK government to provide better end of life care, as an alternative solution to potential assisted dying services across the British Isles. The petition, launched on...

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Church of England spending millions to attract more young people

May 22, 2024 by

from Christian Today: The Church of England is spending millions of pounds on mission and evangelism projects in a bid to get more children and young people through parish doors. The Strategic Mission and Ministry Investment Board (SMMIB)...

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Once more: whither the Church of England?

May 22, 2024 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: On Monday there was a (comparatively) early release of the 2023 Statistics for Mission, the results of the annual October collection of attendance numbers in Church of England churches. The headline was all about...

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Teachers to be protected from blasphemy complaints in crackdown on intimidating behaviou

May 22, 2024 by

from Religion Media Centre: A government report is recommending new legislation to protect teachers from claims of blasphemy by religious groups. “Protecting our democracy from coercion”, by Lord Walney, says legal guarantees upholding...

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