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May 10th, 2018 | Islam
Last week, Lord Pearson referred to ‘good Muslims’ in the House of Lords, by which he meant Muslims who adhere to the teachings of Islam. This came after an oral question to the government asking what assessment they have made about the rapidly increasing Muslim population and the increasing influence of sharia law in England. Lord Pearson was heckled in the normally restrained House of Lords for what he said. Tim Dieppe comments on the debate.
May 9th, 2018 | Abortion
LifeFest 2018 and March for Life was held on Saturday, May 5. Regan King was present and shares some of his experiences and thoughts from the day and its primary theme 'Life from conception - no exception!'.
May 4th, 2018 | Family and Sexual Ethics
On Wednesday Wilberforce Publications launched a new book, The New Normal, with a well-attended event at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity. The book critiques several attacks on the Christian view of sex and sexuality –particularly the transgender agenda. It features contributions from multiple authors with different areas of expertise, and had its origins in Christian Concern’s 2016 conference The New Normal.
May 4th, 2018 | End of life
Judges considering a case relating to assisted suicide have been told that it should be a matter for parliament.
May 4th, 2018 | Religious Freedom
This week saw Ashers Baking Company bringing their case to the UK Supreme Court. The bakery is appealing against the ruling that by declining to decorate a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan, they were breaking the law.
April 27th, 2018 | Abortion
27 April 2018, marks 50 years since the implementation of the Abortion Act (1967). In that time more than 9 million babies have lost their lives through abortion in the United Kingdom. It truly is a national tragedy, yet sadly one to which many continue to turn blind eye. In this reflection, Regan King looks at the abc's of abortion over the past 50 years and dedicates this to the memory of the 9 million and more babies who have been aborted since 1967. 
April 27th, 2018 | Abortion
The Scottish Liberal Democrat Party (SLDP) Spring Conference has unveiled a string of pro-abortion policies that it will call upon the Scottish Government to adopt. Regan King comments on what the proposals are and shows why they are so wrong.
April 20th, 2018 | Life and Bioethics
Christian Legal Centre’s chief executive, Andrea Minichiello Williams explains why Alfie Evans – and the Christian Legal Centre’s efforts to help him – are so important.
April 20th, 2018 | Islam
Last month, Canadian journalist Lauren Southern was detained for six hours under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 when she attempted to visit the UK. She was questioned about her Christian faith and criticism of Islam. She was subsequently banned from entering the UK and others have similarly been denied entry. Tim Dieppe expresses concern that criticism of Allah or being anti-Islamisation are cited as reasons why a person’s values are a threat to our society. 
April 19th, 2018 | Church and State
Roger Kiska comments on the systematic rejection of visa applications for Christians seeking to study in theological institutions or who are seeking refuge from war-torn countries. Commenting on cases handled by the Christian Legal Centre, Kiska says: "Christian ministries providing invaluable outreach to segments of the UK population in need, are being targeted and punished despite their best intentions to follow the letter of the law in relation to issuing visas."
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