- Apr 22, 2021
Britain marked the one-year anniversary of the publication of groundbreaking report on the persecution of Christians by announcing the first wave of designations under the UK’s new sanctions regime for those involved in religious persecution.
The British government is being called on to assist religious minorities around the world who are facing further hardship due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Gibraltar will need “all the courage and strength of Hercules” if it is going to keep its pro-life protections after a March 19 abortion referendum, according to the UK’s Lord David Alton.
This week, the pro-life protections in Northern Ireland were removed in a series of amendments to the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Bill, that had the primary function of dealing with the exercise of government functions in Northern Ireland, since the power-sharing agreement collapsed in January 2017.
A panel of Court of Appeal judges has halted a court-ordered abortion in the United Kingdom, overturning a decision made last Friday in a case involving a mentally disabled woman.
Abortions in England and Wales have hit a record level, according to statistics released by the British government.
A leading UK parliamentarian is calling out his government for failure to support persecuted Christians.