The day free speech died – along with the babies

Aug 24, 2019 by

by Ann Farmer, TCW; THE Court of Appeal, in dismissing an appeal against the ‘buffer zone’ set up by Ealing Council outside a Marie Stopes abortion clinic, has confirmed that even silent prayer is a criminal offence within the zone.  The court rejected the argument by Alina Dulgheriu and Andrea Orthova that forcing protesters to stand 100m from the clinic interfered with their rights under the European Convention on Human Rights to freedom of expression, freedom of religion or belief and...

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Family breakdown, the root cause of modern poverty

Aug 24, 2019 by

by Laura Perrins, The Conservative Woman: WHO killed or is killing marriage and the family? This is quite a hot topic amongst conservatives right now so I have decided to stick my oar in. Tucker Carlson blames, to some extent, the market and its disruption of the male wage. Conservatives have always had an uneasy relationship with the free market and capitalism as the free market is the great disruptor. This is why conservatives take what is sacred out of the market completely – some things...

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Welsh diocese worships the god of Pride

Aug 24, 2019 by

by Paul Huxley, Christian Concern: While English cathedrals host helter skelters and bishops fail to defend the unborn, we can rejoice that the Church of England has not yet sunk to the depth of the Church in Wales (which, though disestablished is also a member of the Anglican communion). The Diocese of Llandaff is throwing its weight behind this year’s Pride Cymru, which takes place in Cardiff this weekend – the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of LGBT+ Pride events...

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How will Hoseasons enforce its ban on ‘homophobes’?

Aug 24, 2019 by

by Brendan O’Neill, Spectator: Gillette has learned the hard way that if you annoy your customer base, your business will suffer. Ever since it released its woke men-bashing ad earlier this year, its sales have slumped. Who’d have thought it? Telling men they’re disgusting bullies and sexual harassers — as Gillette’s ad did — will not endear you to men! Blokes walked away from Gillette. They stopped buying its razors. Turns out that calling your customers scum isn’t a good idea....

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CI News: 23 August 2019

Aug 23, 2019 by

from The Christian Institute: In the news this week: Songs of Praise showcases a same-sex wedding, a film star sets up a pro-life scholarship, and an appeal against Ealing Council’s abortion buffer zone is rejected. You can download the video via this link. Featured stories Songs of Praise same-sex promo upsets viewers Cricket transgender rules ‘shut out women’ Film star sets up pro-life scholarship to help women with unplanned pregnancies Abortion ‘buffer zone’ to stay as court rejects appeal...

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Southwark Cathedral hosts controversial US pastor

Aug 23, 2019 by

See announcement at Southwark Cathedral: Shameless – Presented by Nadia Bolz-Weber. Southwark Cathedral are delighted to announce that Nadia Bolz-Weber will be joining us for an evening prior to her appearance at the Greenbelt Festival 2019. Raw, intimate, and timely, Nadia Bolz-Weber’s latest book offers a full-blown overhaul of our harmful and antiquated ideas about sex, gender, and our bodies. [Ed: This event took place on August 21st]. More about Bolz-Weber: Liberal pastor melts...

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