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New research has found more than two thirds (64 per cent) agree that it is possible to believe in God and evolution, that's at least 10 per cent more than any other age group. The findings are par...

A boarding school in Kent has stopped supporting an international Christian charity due complaints about its traditional views on marriage. St Lawrence College in Ramsgate has said it will no longer b...

Sir Gerald Howarth, a former Conservative MP and Christian, has confirmed that he's still backing Boris Johnson following parties at Downing Street during lockdown. He argues that the public ...

Clergy are hoping to attract new visitors to cathedrals by night like “moths to a light”. Cathedrals up and down the country will be flinging open their doors for the first time by cover o...

Rooftop tours being offered to visitors at Westminster Abbey have sold out due to exceptional demand. The ‘Roam the roof’ tours have been scheduled to take place on selected dates in June,...

The Salvation Army has been called a “delinquent” landlord, and “unscrupulous capitalists” over some hazardous housing it has failed to upgrade. The church charity, known for i...

A new survey suggests almost 70 per cent of primary schools are struggling to make ends meet following the pandemic, saying they lack the funds to provide adequate care and make up for the disruptions...

Boris Johnson has said he was surprised by the criticism from the Archbishop of Canterbury over government plans to send asylum seekers who've entered the UK illegally to Rwanda. The Prime Ministe...

The Bishop of Buckingham has criticised delays in issuing visas for Ukrainian refugees who have been offered new homes in the UK. The Rt Revd Alan Wilson has experienced the problems first-hand and de...

The President of the Methodist Conference left the pulpit behind and took to the River Thames, urging MPs to offer compassion to refugees attempting to enter the UK. The Rev Sonia Hicks stood alongsid...

It's feared hundreds of disabled people are eating cold food or having cold showers to cope with the rising cost of living.  It's believed that around a quarter of people living with disa...

The Prime Minister has ignored calls to apologise to the Archbishop of Canterbury following comments made in a meeting with backbenchers. During Prime Minister's Questions, opposition leader Sir K...

Conservative MP Sir Desmond Swain says he thinks the Prime Minister's latest apology for breaking Covid lockdown rules is sincere and should be accepted. The Christian MP told Premier, "I do ...

A Christian Charity has urged the government to amend its online safety proposals to ensure that children have the best possible protection from pornography. CARE, which has campaigned for laws to sto...

Following criticisms from the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Government has denied that it is "outsourcing" by sending migrants to Rwanda.  The Most Rev Justin Welby spoke out against th...

The Bishop of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich, who signed up to host a Ukrainian refugee family, says he is still waiting for them to arrive. A month ago, Rt Rev Martin Seeley and his wife decided t...

The Archbishop of Canterbury has used his Easter sermon to criticise the government’s plan to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda. For Most Rev Justin Welby, sending asylum seekers 4,000 mil...

Prince Charles has praised people across the UK who have offered to house Ukrainian refugees in his Easter message. The future King said “it has been profoundly moving” to see how many peo...

A Christian street preacher who was arrested in April last year for alleged homophobic comments has been cleared of all charges. Pastor John Sherwood, 71, was preaching outside Uxbridge Station in nor...

Teachers at a Catholic school in south London have “overwhelmingly” voted to go on strike after a gay author was banned from visiting pupils on World Book Day.  Last month, Simon Jame...