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Legislation proposed to increase support for victims of modern day slavery

27th Jun 2017
Louise Gleich

Yesterday in the House of Lords, a Bill was introduced which aims to improve the support available for adult victims of modern day slavery.

Nola Leach: Our Abortion Laws Must Protect the Most Vulnerable

27th Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach penned a piece for Christian Today on the importance of how our laws on abortion must always protect the most vulnerable.

Freedom of Conscience for Pharmacists must be recognised: U-Turn by The General Pharmaceutical Council is welcomed

27th Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

Leading Christian charity CARE welcomes the reversal by The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) to protect freedom of conscience in their new guidelines.

The Queen’s Speech – reading between the lines

23rd Jun 2017
Chris Buttenshaw

The Queen was in the Palace of Westminster on Wednesday to formally open the new session of Parliament.

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Prosecution for paying for sexual services brought forward in Northern Ireland

23rd Jun 2017
Louise Gleich

This week the Belfast Telegraph has reported that the first prosecution for paying for sexual services under the Human Trafficking and Exploitation Act (on which CARE was privileged to advise Lord Morrow) has been brought in Northern Ireland. 

Prayer Underpins All We Do at CARE

22nd Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

We believe prayer to be crucially important and so make it a priority to always produce informative and inspiring resources for Christians to use in their personal and public prayer times.  We believe that God is willing to listen to our intercession

CARE for Scotland welcomes the Scottish Government’s revision of the Named Person scheme

21st Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

CARE for Scotland has given a cautious welcome to the Scottish Government’s revised Named Person scheme.

New Scottish initiative puts significant pressure on Government to increase support for trafficking victims

20th Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

Scotland’s doubling of support for victims of trafficking puts significant pressure on Westminster to increase the support it currently gives to trafficking victims in England and Wales.

CARE Statement

20th Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

It has been falsely claimed that CARE supports the so-called ‘gay cure’. We do not.

Sturgeon’s Views on Abortion at Odds with Public and Legal Opinion

19th Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

The Scottish Government is considering offering free abortions to women in Northern Ireland, which would significantly undermine Northern Ireland’s current laws on abortion.

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Scotland doubles support for victims of trafficking

16th Jun 2017
Louise Gleich

Michael Matheson, Scotland's Justice Secretary, announced this week that the Scottish Government will be increasing the minimum period of support for adult victims of trafficking from 45 days to 90 days.  

Don't Let Election Result Divide Us

9th Jun 2017
Rachael Adams

CARE calls for unity between Christians as General Election results are announced. The polls may be closed, but the need to pray and engage is just as important now as it was before the election.

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