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Rightly understood, I think the Bible teaches us that Christians should aim for a significant influence on government. In recent months, the obvious engagement of churches with media and through open letters to the Prime Minister has been very encouraging. But this should be the norm, not the exception.Keep reading
The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission has launched a judicial review against the Northern Ireland Secretary over the lack of abortion services available in NI.
Calls for a change in the law to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland have been criticised by the campaign group Our Duty of Care.
In comments published this week Dame Sara Thornton, the UK’s Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, said that addressing the issue of leave to remain for confirmed victims must be a priority for the coming…
Social policy charity CARE for Scotland has warned about the hidden risks if home abortions become a permanent reality post-covid.
The Domestic Abuse Bill (DAB) received further scrutiny in the House of Lords this week as it continues its journey to becoming law.
The UK Government's landmark Domestic Abuse Bill will receive its second reading in the House of Lords on 5 January, according to the latest business statement.
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