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Sex and Sensibility: October 13th, 6.30pm. Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235, Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H, 8EP.
Human rights campaigners have rallied outside the Commonwealth’s London HQ ahead of the upcoming Sri Lanka summit.
Bartholomew I was the first Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople to attend a papal installation since the great schism of 1054.
The House of Lords has voted 150 to 54 to amend Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986 and therefore to end the criminalisation of insults.
The government’s commitment to allow most religious organisations to conduct same-sex marriages - but not the Church of England and the Church in Wales - is a disappointing fudge that perpetuates inequality.
Advocates of equal marriage, including Christians, have welcomed the PM's commitment to allow religious bodies to conduct same-sex ceremonies.
The Israeli seizure and occupation of Palestinian land, and the denial of a Palestinian state, is the root cause of the on-going conflict and the current flare up in Gaza.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has welcomed the verdict in favour of a Christian unfairly demoted for stating his opposition to same-sex marriage.
Corporate bodies and their key executives should be accountable for criminal negligence and reckless misconduct, says civil rights campaigner Peter Tatchell.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has come to the defence of a Christian housing manager demoted over remarks be made on Facebook opposing same-sex marriages.