Government stalls on humanist marriages in England and Wales

Abortion, conscientious objection and the UK Supreme Court: Greater Glasgow Health Board v Doogan & Anor

“Catholic midwives must supervise abortions, Supreme Court decides”

Pro-abortion to pro-life: Why I changed my mind

UK’s highest court rules two Catholic midwives can not object to being involved in abortions in landmark case

Court tells pro-life midwives they must participate in abortions or lose their jobs

Presumed organ donation ‘ethically unacceptable’

Doctor admits aiding 7 people to kill themselves

Faith schools top latest primary league tables

PM told: Bring back those alienated by same-sex marriage

Third of kids don’t know Christmas is about Jesus

Human rights quango to challenge NI abortion law

Bill criminalising purchase of sex passes final stage in NI

Assisted suicide opposed by Welsh Assembly

‘Widespread’ polygamy among Muslims, says new report

‘Tolerance doesn’t mean apologising for Christmas’

Govt in partial climbdown over school standards

Parents who refused abortion celebrate son’s 1st birthday

Bible passages banned from Irish religion class

Make army chaplains secular, British officer says

Northern Ireland ‘conscience clause’ consultation launched

First Christmas home for baby whose mum refused abortion

Heterosexual couple start legal bid for civil partnership

Cardiff University students back free speech on abortion

‘Thank God I didn’t do it’: Woman changes mind about abortion after Christians reach out

RC cuts ties with agency over same-sex couple adoption ruling

Woman who almost aborted her daughter defends pro-life counseling

Pro-lifers: Abortion ‘buffer zones’ damage free speech

‘Teachers avoid the true meaning of Christmas’

Over 60 per cent of docs still against assisted suicide

School nativity plays ‘pushed aside’

Court: Unborn baby an ‘organism’ not a person, but girl born with disabilities after mom drank

Peer: Law should ‘reasonably accommodate’ religious belief

Mum of 22-week baby left to die calls for guidance change

Family breakdown points to important role of marriage

The Marriage Pledge – Its relevance in Europe

Is pro-life activist Bryan Kemper banned from the UK?

Study: Children suffer negative effects of divorce

‘Welsh smacking ban would criminalise most parents’

Law Society drops Sharia wills guidance amid concerns

Ashers: MLA in equality law ‘conscience clause’ bid

‘Parties treat same-sex marriage opponents as morally inferior’

‘Monty the Penguin’ advert criticized for not being inclusive enough

Celebrity role models causing rise in ‘sexting’

Rethink new ‘British values’ school rules, say MPs

‘My 23-week baby proves need for lower abortion limit’

MLA says court action against Ashers is ‘essentially bullying’

Free speech is so last century. Today’s students want the ‘right to be comfortable’

Student pressure shuts down Oxford abortion debate

Oxford students shut down abortion debate. Free speech is under assault on campus

Irish Family Planning Association coached women on how to get illegal abortion pills

Sperm bank children are ‘social experimentation’

Ofsted backs down after ‘British values’ inspection

“I got over the rape but I never got over my abortion”

C of E: New school standards are dangerous and divisive

MPs launch petition in support of Ashers Bakery

MP: Commission ‘out of touch’ over Ashers court action

Thousands slam Red Cross for axing pro-marriage volunteer

Ashers’ court action ‘bonkers’ says NI First Minister

Sex between 13-year-olds is ‘healthy’ says school resource

Most Brits back Ashers, new poll finds

I’m worried my wife will say ‘you’re better off without me’

Victory: Plans to ‘criminalise religious parents’ dropped

First ever ‘families test’ for government published

May’s proposals dangerous, say atheists and Christians

‘PM should challenge Red Cross decision’ – Widdecombe

Overwhelming number of MPs against sex-selective abortion

Children’s lives ‘marred’ by same-sex parents’ legal fight

Ashers: Equality watchdog issues further legal threat

U.K. mother who won case to kill disabled daughter raising international concerns

Scientists tell British government: Don’t allow three-parent embryos