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Survivors of church-related abuse and their advocates have been paying tribute to their “true friend” the Bishop of Buckingham who died unexpectedly at the weekend. Throughout his ministry...

News that the UK is now officially in recession is a call for Christians to work for an economic policy that enables people to flourish, according to the executive director of a Christian organisation...

Canterbury Cathedral has said silent discos being held in its building will not turn into a “rave in the nave”. The events, being held Thursday and Friday night, have sold out at £25...

Churches are being urged to help alleviate the pressure on the NHS by opening their church halls to pharmacy services. Professor Francis Davis who is an NHS non-executive director says new rules enabl...

The head of the children's charity Spurgeons has welcomed the news that disposable vapes are to be banned and measures brought in to restrict vapes being marketed to youngsters. Setting out the pl...

The battle of Post Office staff to get justice is similar to the plight of survivors of church-related abuse when they've tried to hold the Church to account. That's according to Martin Sewell...

The Lib Dem MP Layla Moran is appealing for help for her family and others who are trapped in the compound of the Catholic Church in Gaza City. In a post on social media site X she said her famil...

The Parliamentary director of the Conservative Christian Fellowship says Tory MPs need to unite behind the Prime Minister, otherwise the party will suffer at the ballot box. David Burrowes spoke to Pr...

A Christian professor of public policy is calling for a national day of remembrance for those who died during the pandemic. Francis Davis from the University of Birmingham was speaking as the COVID-19...

'Safer Gambling Week' has been dismissed as a cynical stunt by a Christian charity campaigning for change in the industry. The event, which runs from 13th-19th November, is promoted as a ...

BBC programmes which drop the terms BC and AD are the "thin end of the wedge" in a society which is seeking to "airbrush Jesus out of the language”, according to a former cha...

The Chair of the Archbishops’ Commission on Racial Justice (ACRJ) says the Church of England has real issues around governance and data collection. Lord Paul Boateng was speaking to Premier afte...

As astronomers say they've detected chemical compounds on a distant planet that are said to be the “biggest hint of alien life discovered so far", Christian thinkers have been...

The head of a Church of England academies trust has told Premier Christian News that it's fair to ask questions about why the dangers of RAAC concrete weren't raised earlier with schools. Conc...

A member of the Archbishops' Council has heavily criticised a survey by the Times newspaper into Church of England clergy attitudes.  It claimed that less than half of clergy believ...

One of the most wide-ranging surveys of Anglican clergy in more than a decade has found three quarters don't believe Britain can still be considered a Christian country.   The Times poll...

A Christian public policy charity is calling for better signposting to health services for those looking up assisted dying online. CARE has long campaigned against assisted dying, despite activists br...

There are calls for hospital managers to be regulated in the same way as doctors and nurses after it emerged that hospital managers ignored consultants' concerns over Lucy Letby. The former nurse ...

Christian advocacy group Voice for Justice UK (VfJUK) says it received more than 600 responses within two days of launching an online questionnaire this week to assess freedom of expression and practi...

The government is now turning to the private sector as part of ongoing efforts to cut long NHS waiting lists in England. Thirteen new community diagnostics centres are being opened - they'll carry...