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A Christian charity said the Church should make efforts to partner with schools after new figures claim up to one in four secondaries in England are struggling The report, published by the Religious...

Samaritan's Purse is launching the Raising Families project today. A new project intending to lift 30,000 families around the world out of poverty is being launched today.Christian charity Samaritan'...

As England and Australia went head to head in the cricket World Cup semi-final on Thursday, to fight for a place in the finals, another English cricket team mad A northern inter-diocesan cricket team...

Christian campaign group has urged the Government to step-up its awareness campaigns on the issue in the wake of the findings. Nearly one fifth of children have arranged offline meetings with friends...

Traditional clergy wear could be a thing of the past after the launch of a fashion brand specifically to cater to female clergy.  Collared boutique has created a range especially for female prie...

The National Churches Trust has launched a special scheme so that people have more ways to enjoy their local church, for example through food festivals or book '50 Things to do in a Church' is encou...

This week marked the half-way point in the life of the Coalition Government. The Prime Minister and his Deputy used this to confirm that the Coalition would sta Alongside a continuing commitment to r...

In the week when 25% of Italians voted for a comedian in their General election one might expect more humour in politics, but not at Westminster. Liberal Democrat supporters have been discombobulated...

668 teenagers were surveyed and their online behaviour monitored over nine months. The think tank Demos who conducted the research is recommending that the gove Premier spoke to Lahna Pottle from the...

Women admit they'd been treated differently while pregnant or after returning from maternity leave A survey has revealed one in four mothers say they've experienced unfair treatment from their employ...

The first Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) of the year was remarkably free of the usual slanging match between the PM and Labour leader. This was probably beca Christmas and the New Year were spoile...

Storms and the resulting floods have been the most demanding issue for Government this week. Rail links to Cornwall were cut when the line through Dawlish was w Homes on the Somerset levels remain un...

A £20,000 reward is being offered to help catch those responsible for the fatal shooting of an "avid church-goer" and "community hero". Abraham Badru, 26, was gunned down in Hackney, east London, on...

Walkers and horse riders commemorating the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings are being welcomed to Selby Abbey on Monday. The group are stopping at the North Yorkshire landmark as they retr...

Members of a church in Aberdeen have voted overwhelmingly in favour of exiting the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC), as the rector warned of a "continued liberal Eighty-seven per-cent of the congregat...

A man who set fire to a chapel used as a mortuary after the Aberfan disaster has been jailed for five years. Daniel Brown from Merthyr Vale torched Aberfan's chapel in South Wales, where he volunteer...

Atheist writer tells Twitter that parents have a moral obligation to have the unborn babies terminated. Richard Dawkins thinks unborn babies with Down's syndrome should be terminated before birth.The...

New data from the Department of Health shows more mothers are getting abortions than they were ten years ago. Figures reveal a 17 per cent increase in the proportion of mothers terminating their preg...

A final attempt to stop abortion law changes in Northern Ireland has failed, with the law changing at midnight on Monday. Unionist parties, who oppose the upcoming liberalisation, triggered the assem...

Campaigners said they were hopeful this was "just the beginning" after a London council voted to introduce the first ban on protesters demonstrating outside an& Ealing Council's cabinet voted unanimo...