- Jun 23, 2021
Bishops in the UK are calling on G7 leaders to “build back a fairer, greener, global economy” in the post-COVID world.
Lawmaker Paul Givan is to become the new first minister of Northern Ireland, replacing Arlene Foster, who had been in post since 2015 and through the Brexit dramas of the past few years.
A British bioethicist is warning that extending a 14-day limit on experimenting on human embryos will “strip away one of the few remaining limits to injustices committed against embryonic human beings.”
The most anticipated summer in Scottish soccer in a generation started with a public outbreak of perhaps its deepest-rooted problem.
Nik Geraj’s voice fills with pain as he talks about how he struggled to help his daughter study during the coronavirus lockdowns that shut her school for more than four months over the past year.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has married his fiancée, Carrie Symonds, in a small private ceremony that came at the end of a tumultuous week during which a former top aide said he was unfit for office.
Scotland’s government has created a fund to help places of worship set up security measures to tackle hate crime.
England and Wales face “the very real threat” of assisted suicide becoming law, the bishops warned Catholics on the eve of the introduction of new bill to legalize the practice.