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The Church of England did not break the law by blocking a hospital chaplain from a job for being gay and married, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has
The UK state’s treatment of disabled people violates basic human rights, a United Nations report has found.
The court of appeal in Belfast has upheld a ruling against a bakery which refused to
In Anglican and other churches where current policies get in the way of witnessing to Christ in word and deed, senior clergy and elders act in various wa
Some schools have demanded that pupils who are not white British bring in their passports and parents have been asked to confirm they are not asylum seek
The recent stirring up of sentiment against ‘foreigners’ by UK government ministers risks damaging the economy and, at a deeper level, society.
Pope Francis has again spoken in favour of a pastoral approach based on “accompanying” people regardless of sexual identity.
Over two hundred faith leaders have called on the UK government “urgently to revise its policy” and “offer sanctuary to more refugees.
Nicholas Chamberlain, the Anglican Bishop of Grantham, has come out as gay and in a relationship, though sexually abstinent in line with church rules.
Southern African Anglicans are considering whether to allow church blessings of same-sex unions.
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