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The Christian owned bakery which lost its appeal against a discrimination ruling for refusing to bake a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan is facing an £88,00 Ashers had discriminated against a gay...

Ashers Bakery in Northern Ireland has accumulated legal costs totalling £50,000 as it fights a discrimination ruling for refusing to make a cake with a slogan The figure has been revealed as a grou...

A Christian-run bakery in Northern Ireland is to appeal a court decision that it discriminated against a gay man when it refused to make a cake endorsing same-s Ashers Bakery in Belfast was told to p...

Here is a timeline of significant events in the so-called "gay cake" case. - May 9 2014 - Gareth Lee, a member of the Queerspace gay rights advocacy group, places an order at Ashers Baking Company on...

The couple who won the 'gay cake' case on Wednesday speak out about the toll of the last four years but says it's strengthened their faith in God, watch the vid In an interview with The Christian Ins...

Ashers bakery has been told it may be able to take its fight against a discrimination ruling to the UK Supreme Court. It's after the Christian-owned bakery was ruled to have broken discrimination law...

The Christian owners of a bakery have arrived in court to appeal a discrimination ruling against them, after they refused to make a cake with a slogan supportin Ashers Baking Company's hearing is tak...

Christian bakers found to have discriminated against a gay activist by refusing to bake him a cake which featured a pro-gay marriage slogan can now ask the high The McArthur family, who run the Asher...

Christian bakers found to have breached equality laws by refusing to make a pro-gay marriage cake have asked judges to rule on whether they can appeal to the UK The owners of Ashers bakery are seekin...

The Christian owners of a bakery who refused to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan were the victim of "coerced expression", a court has heard. Ashers in Northern Ireland is appealing a discri...

A report into a baby ashes scandal in Edinburgh where infants remains were scattered without parents knowledge has been released. Premier's Antony Bushfield reports on the scandal. (function(){var ff...

Aspiring women clergy sometimes still face resistance and negative attitudes when pursuing ordination in the Church in Wales, a female priest has told Premier, Canon Carol Wardman said there was sti...

The new national leader of Assemblies of God in Great Britain says he received word from God 25 years ago of his appointment. Glyn Barrett said he was "honoured, humbled [and] in awe of God" followin...

A Christian campaigner has said a new assisted dying bill which Parliament will discuss is "incredibly dangerous" because of its lack of safeguards. Dr Peter Saunders, who is part of the group Care N...

A group of experts which specialises in end of life care has warned vulnerable people will be put at risk if MPs back the Assisted Dying Bill. In a joint statement the Association for Palliative Medi...

The most senior Catholic in England and Wales has compared assisted dying to killing, ahead of a House of Commons vote on the issue next week. Cardinal Vincent Nichols wants believers to contact thei...

Christians on both sides of the assisted dying debate clashed ahead of Parliament debating the Bill. The Christian charity CARE has urged MPs to reject the proposal, while the Bishop of Buckingham ha...

Legal experts are warning that a proposed assisted suicide law being heard in the Scottish Parliament today could leave people open to prosecution. MSPs will be given evidence on the Assisted Suicide...

The ACC is the latest organisation to suggest it could be harmful to 'vulnerable patients' and contradicts the Equality Act 2010. A Christian group that offers support to men and women with homosexua...

A Christian education expert has criticised a report released by schools watchdog Ofsted, which accuses headteachers of not doing enough to curb bad behaviour i Clive Ireson, chairman of the Associat...