Education spokesman David Kurten said that ‘confusing fringe ideologies’ put younger children ‘at risk of sexualisation’

Reports show the current approach is dangerous and ineffective. Catholic schools must show a better alternative

Social isolation won’t be solved by intimidating the religious into conforming to metropolitan liberalism

Bishops Philip Egan and Mark Davies said an ‘equalities agenda’ could lead to intolerance

The judge said the high profile issue of ‘transgender equality’ had stopped council workers from taking action

Michael McGrath, director of the Scottish Catholic Education Service, said that Green party policy would bring an end to state-funded Catholic education in Scotland

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

The Bible is on American Library Association’s list of ‘most challenged’ books

Lebanon will become the thirteenth country in which the Scottish charity delivers its food and education programmes

England and Wales’ lead bishop for prisons has said ‘prisoners should be treated as assets to our society rather than liabilities’