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New inquiry: abortion law in Northern Ireland

21st Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

On Thursday the Westminster Women and Equalities Select Committee launched a formal inquiry into the abortion law in Northern Ireland following pressure from pro-choice groups and MPs.

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CARE’s recommendations on gambling backed by Labour in new report

21st Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

The Labour Party’s review of problem gambling and its treatment was published yesterday. Outlined are new policies that Labour are proposing to tackle gambling across the UK.

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Trafficked women are still being prosecuted for crimes they were forced to commit

20th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Female victims of human trafficking are still routinely being prosecuted for crimes, even though it breaches the law, a new report reveals.

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Labour’s betting reforms a step forward in tackling UK’s problem gambling epidemic

20th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Public policy charity CARE welcomes Labour plans to outlaw in-play betting ads to help combat the UK’s problem gambling epidemic. Labour’s new proposals would ban TV and online gambling promotions during live sporting events.

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The 'mutant liberalism' behind the Lib Dem pro-abortion agenda

19th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Dr Gordon Macdonald is a former Lib Dem parliamentary candidate and councillor and works as Parliamentary Officer for CARE for Scotland. Below he shares his views on the pro-abortion motion that was passed at the Lib Dem conference last weekend. 

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Delay to slashing FOBT stake will cost Treasury more than £100m

19th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

According to a new report the Treasury will lose more than £100m for each year that it postpones the cuts on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs).

Labour call for gender screening of babies to be banned

17th Sep 2018
James Mildred

The UK Labour party is urging a ban on parents being told the sex of their baby after early blood tests because of concerns it may lead to sex-selective abortions.

New publication aims to help employers better understand Christian beliefs

14th Sep 2018
James Mildred

A brand new resource has been published by a group of leading Christian organisations which aims to better equip employers to understand Christian beliefs.

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Bishop tells the Government: Gambling Advertising is out of control

13th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

The Lord Bishop of St Albans, Alan Smith, raised the issue of gambling advertising in the House of Lords yesterday, urging the Government to bring in tougher regulation for online gambling advertising and reconsider a mandatory levy on gambling compa

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CARE welcomes new Leadership Programme intake

13th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Through rigorous study and voluntary educational placements the CARE Leadership Programme gives young Christian graduates the opportunity to have a unique insight into Parliament , political advocacy and Christian leadership.

Nationwide abortion clinic buffer zones call rejected

13th Sep 2018
James Mildred

The Home Secretary Sajid Javid today announced that the Government will not seek to impose nationwide buffer zones around abortion clinics.

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CARE CEO signs letter in the Guardian urging support for victims of trafficking

12th Sep 2018
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach, CARE’s Chief Executive, joined leading anti-trafficking businesses and charities by calling on the Government to support the Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill.

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