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People will be able to join "Christmas bubbles" to allow families to reunite over the festive period. The UK Government and devolved administrations have agreed the approach despite concerns...

Reports have emerged that the government is considering a permanent cut to the UK's overseas aid budget.  Under current law, the government is committed to spend 0.7 per cent of national inco...

Ministers from across the UK are meeting to consider plans to allow families to reunite over Christmas. A Cobra meeting bringing together the UK Government and the devolved administrations is being he...

Places of worship will be allowed to re-open again on Wednesday 2nd December in England. The country will move from a national lockdown back to a tier system, but each tier will allow church services ...

The Mustard Seed bookshop and tearoom in Nottinghamshire has been ordered to close its doors under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act. The closure order was served by Nottinghamshire Po...

As England's second coronavirus lockdown winds down, a Christian business owner has talked about the detrimental effect it's had on people's well-being.  Dave Courteen, founder of Mos...

Some church leaders across the UK are continuing to rebel against lockdown rules by keeping their churches open. Last week, police intervened at a church in North London while a baptism service was be...

An elderly Welsh woman who was unable to see her husband as he was dying in hospital has urged people to "protect the community" by engaging in a new mass testing program. Shirley ...

Churches may be exempt from restrictive measures over Christmas, as part of the government's latest guidelines on Covid-19. Boris Johnson will reveal his "Covid winter plan&quo...

A pastor in Belfast has decided to defy Northern Irish lockdown rules and keep his church open during the upcoming coronavirus lockdown in the country. On Thursday, the Northern Irish executive announ...

A further 47 faith institutions from 21 different countries have jointly announced that they will get rid of stocks, bonds and investment funds related to fossil fuels. Ten of the participating instit...

A top Catholic bishop in Northern Ireland is seeking "urgent clarification" on whether churches are allowed to remain open for private prayer after the government announced it would be shutt...

Families could be allowed to join a temporary bubble to meet up over Christmas, it has been reported. Household mixing is currently subject to harsh restrictions in England under the country’s s...

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that Christmas was "the most important holiday for people in this country", and that a consistent set of rules was needed so that families could enjoy ...

A letter written by a Baptist minister who died in the 1912 sinking of the Titanic has been auctioned off for £42,000. Revd John Harper penned the two-page note while travelling on the ill-fated...

Churches in Northern Ireland are to come under increased restrictions as lockdown measures tighten in response to a spike in Covid-19 infections. Under the latest restrictions, which were ap...

The Oxford Diocese has said that a complaint against the head of Oxford's Christ Church Cathedral will be "properly and thoroughly investigated". On Wednesday, it was announced that the ...

Christian Aid has expressed concern about the possibility of the UK Government cutting the international aid budget.  Chancellor Rishi Sunak is widely expected to announce a temporary suspension ...

New analysis by a dating app has revealed that Christian women are less forward and reply to fewer messages than Christian men. The research was carried out by Christian dating app SALT in partnership...

Just under half of men struggled with their mental health in the last six months, according to research by the anti-stigma campaign, Time to Change. The survey, of 1,500 UK men, found that lack of fac...