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Lord Carey of Clifton has had his call for special legal provisions for Christians roundly rejected by lawyers, human rights advocates, commentators - and other Christians.
Alex Salmond, Scottish first minister and SNP leader, who retired as an MP this week, says the Commons has declined "in an extraordinary fashion over the last two decades".
The English Democrats have launched their manifesto, supporting an English Parliament, withdrawal from the EU and opposition to immigration.
Party leaders will mark the election campaign ‘World Poverty Day’ tomorrow (Sunday 18 April) by outlining their visions of how the UK should act on its responsibility to the wider world.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament insisted today that “Trident has become a key election issue" after controversy over nuclear arms appeared in the first televised "leaders' debate".
The Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) in Northern Ireland has rejected the offer of a nationalist electoral pact with Sinn Fein, , describing the idea as “sectarian”.
Three of the parties dubbed 'other' by the media - but who have elected or governing representatives - have criticised the "narrow" TV prime ministerial debates.
Senior figures in the Church of Scotland are urging positive engagement with the electoral and political process - with an emphasis on social justice concerns.
Critics say the dominance of ‘the big three’ in a gladiatorial TV contest shows what is wrong with the Westminster system, rather than offering any meaningful change.
Human rights and gay campaigner Peter Tatchell, an atheist, has praised Catholic bishops for rejecting baseless claims that being gay is linked to abusing children.
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