Blogs

4 Feb 2014

Christians acquitted of aggravated trespass say their trial has raised issues about the way that police are deployed at the London arms fair.

4 Feb 2014

Dr Walter Altmann, a Brazilian Lutheran pastor who has played a key role in promoting Christian unity and common action, turned 70 on Tuesday.

4 Feb 2014

A senior church figure in Scotland has welcomed the passing of the Marriage and Civil Partnership Bill by 105 to 18 votes in Holyrood last night.

4 Feb 2014

Disabled and sick people's experience, views and expertise is frequently filtered out of skewed debates and discussions about welfare and benefits. Here researcher, blogger and campaigner Sue Marsh explains what it's like to negotiate the media circus as a person living with a deeply debilitating condition, how the mainstream media fails those most impacted by government-driven cuts and stigma, and why "we must make our own media".

4 Feb 2014

There were scenes of jubilation this afternoon, as five Christian peace protesters were acquitted of 'aggravated trespass' at Stratford Magistrates Court.

4 Feb 2014

An anti-Gaddafi dissident and his wife have won permission to take their case against the UK Government to the Court of Appeal.

4 Feb 2014

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has been on a solidarity visit to South Sudan and the surrounding region.

4 Feb 2014

Churches' homelessness organisation Housing Justice is calling for Churches to speak out about the need for more housing.

4 Feb 2014

As the start of the Sochi Winter Olympics comes closer, harassment against civil society activists has intensified.

4 Feb 2014

The Scottish Parliament will consider the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill in a final vote at Holyrood today.