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Why 2019 wasn’t all bad

6 January 2020

With the start of a New Year and Parliament returning to work tomorrow, we wanted to share some highlights from 2019. These are taken from our recently published Good News publication. We…

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Queen’s Speech: what to look out for in the next Parliament.

19 December 2019

Today was the official state opening of Parliament, as the Queen’s Speech set out the Government’s agenda for the next five years.

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CARE NI Welcomes New Gambling Consultation

17 December 2019

The Department of Communities has launched a fresh consultation on gambling law and policy in Northern Ireland which could pave the much for much needed reform.

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General Election 2019: key challenges ahead

13 December 2019

As the dust settles following the recent election, many of us I’m sure will be wondering: what happens now? Looking to the next Parliament, here are some of the challenges and opportunities…

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3 things to pray for on Election Day

12 December 2019

Today is the day: voters are going to the polls in the 2019 General Election. They opened at 7am and will close tonight at 10pm. At that time, the exit poll will…

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More than half of people in England gambled last year

4 December 2019

More than half of people in England gambled at least once during 2018, according to a new survey published today.

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Students Setting Up Free Speech Societies as Concerns About University Censorship Grows

3 December 2019

Students are setting up free speech societies amidst a developing backlash against censorship on university campuses.

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CARE View: New RCOG Report Will Ultimately Hurt, Not Help Women

3 December 2019

“Better for women” is the claim of the so-titled latest report published by the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) on 2 December. And it certainly contains much that is…

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AI At The United Nations

2 December 2019

I was recently invited to speak to an expert meeting on the challenge of Artificial Intelligence at the United Nations in Geneva – specifically, on issues raised for Human Rights. Here’s a…

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