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Westminster Abbey has again drawn criticism over its treatment of protesters after threatening to evict Christians singing hymns outside a nearby arms conference.
The most bizarre moment of today’s vigil outside an arms conference at Church House was when Westminster Abbey’s staff told us that we were not allowed to sing hymns on their land.
A leading British theologian will make an appeal for humanity and justice to be at the centre of the asylum system in a lecture to be given at Westminster Abbey in Central London tomorrow night (10 December).
Christian leaders have said the Church of England has a lesson to learn from a Westminster Abbey Abolition service which alienated a number of the people it intended to represent.
Following the Westminster Abbey protests Pearl Duncan, who found the records of her slave ancestors in the archives of the Church of England, looks at moving beyond apology
A man who disrupted a service marking the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade has gained support from Christians of African descent.
A protester has interrupted a commemorative service at Westminster Abbey marking the bicentenary of the act to abolish the slave trade.
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