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Political progress in Northern Ireland may be undermined by House of Lords vote, warns bishop

“Decision-making should take place as close to the people as possible. This proposal is an imposition enacted by a parliament which is overwhelmingly not from Northern Ireland.”


Women’s evidence convicts their traffickers

Caritas Bakhita House provides women escaping modern slavery and human trafficking with safety. In 2016 some 50 people availed of its services.


People with congenital disabilities are facing extinction, says British Lord

“If we were animals, perhaps we might qualify for protection as an endangered species. But we are only human beings with disabilities, so we do not,” says Lord Shinkwin.


Brexit is ‘reality call to those in power’ says Nuala O’Loan

"The vote said 'You have been doing it wrong for so many years and now change your ways'. Somehow in our priorities as politicians we have failed the people," says UK peer.


“Right to die will quickly become duty to die”

Bishop of Shrewsbury expresses serious concerns over new private members' bill on assisted dying due to be introduced into British parliament in September.


O’Loan seeks equality in Church’s decision-making

Irish peer urges Church to ordain women as deacons.


Assisted Dying bill for House of Lords

Euthanasia is fast becoming a default mode of dying for cancer patients in the Netherlands.


CofI Primate slates lack of funding for hospice care

All life is sacred from beginning to end Archbishop Clarke states in presidential address.


Christians in Syria systematically targeted: Lord Alton

British government questioned as to what it is doing to stop the flow of weapons into Syria.


Volunteer Mission Movement tribute at House of Lords

VMM's contribution to international development highlighted.

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