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August 25, 2021
The bishops of England and Wales have urged Catholics to write urgently to peers to ask them to speak against the Assisted Dying Bill when it comes before the House of Lords in the autumn. In the first major intervention by the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales since the introduction of the Private Member’s
August 20, 2021
Former Anglican priest Gavin Ashenden is disappointed by the promotion of secular worship by the Church of England
May 01, 2021
Sir Bill Cash reviews The Impossible Office? The History of the British Prime Minister, by Anthony Seldon
February 22, 2021
British charity The Jubilee Debt Campaign (JDC) found that 30% of the poorest countries privately owed debts, not including bonds, are owned by firms based in the UK.
February 10, 2021
Tributes have poured in for Ralph Dickins, a charity fundraiser, who raised over £1 million for vulnerable people and is retiring from St Vincent de Paul's Furniture Store in Sheffield.
February 08, 2021
New research from the Marriage Foundation think tank has found that the number of married couples in the UK considering divorce has shrunk below pre-covid levels.
January 26, 2021
Edward Davies visits the Anabaptist community in East Sussex that puts people at the heart of economy
January 25, 2021
Sir Edward Leigh MP has called upon the UK Government to protest the ongoing persecution of religious minorities in India.
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