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Bishops warn the bill could leave priests and laypeople exposed to the claim they are foreign agents

Objectors to assisted suicide law (PA/Andrew Milligan)

Judge Daniel Ottolia said it would cause ‘additional pain’ for patients if the bill was put on hold

More than 100 officials and legal experts attended a summit sponsored by the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences

Neil Addison says schools maybe sued if a crime is committed following the implementation of the policy

Gov Phil Bryant has signed into law the Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act

Those on the left often called Scalia, who was a devout Catholic, a danger to the separation of Church and State

Medical professionals in the country released a statement demanding a revision of legislation

In 48 years since the passing of the Abortion Act around eight million abortions having been carried out in the UK

Last among equals?

Christian teachers, hoteliers and now cake-makers are being hauled before the courts in the name of equality. It’s time the law was more flexible in taking account of religious beliefs