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November 12, 2021
Madrid, Spain, Nov 11, 2021 / 16:00 pm An international 40 Days for Life director has said a bill proposed by the ruling Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party that would criminalize “harassment” of women entering abortion clinics is a “threat to democracy.” Tomislav Cunovic, director of 40 Days for Life for International Affairs, told ACI Prensa,
October 27, 2021
Oxford, England, Oct 26, 2021 / 08:10 am There is no better time for Oxford University’s 400 clubs and societies to recruit new members than at the Student Union’s Freshers’ Fair, held annually in October. Students embarking on their freshman year — known as “freshers” in England — walk around stalls run by groups devoted
January 08, 2018
Bishop John Keenan of Paisley welcomed proposals to punish universities that clamp down on free speech
December 18, 2017
The new chief inspector is as sensible as anyone in Whitehall. But a crackdown on faith schools may be coming
August 04, 2017
On abortion, gender, marriage and sex education, the Tories sound ever more authoritarian
February 15, 2016
Peter Tatchell is right, free speech is one of the most precious human rights and must be defended at all costs
January 05, 2016
Pastor James McConnell described Islam as 'heathen' and 'Satanic' in a sermon
January 22, 2015
There may be the freedom to insult religious belief in a secular state, but holding it as a jewel in the crown of democracy is wrong
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