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The daughter of a vicar, she attends a local Anglican church regularly. She supported gay marriage and does not like to speak about her faith in public.
Narrow outcome (difference of 1.3 million votes) opens a political crisis in the UK and an unpredictable scenario in other countries of the European Union. PM David Cameron announces he will step down.
The result is a boost for the Labour party, after generally poor results in Scotland, England and Wales. Prior to the elections, the EAUK organised a debate with all the London mayor candidates.
Government says it continues with plans to welcome Syrian children “by 2020.” Christian voices had called to take action now.
Sunday trading hours will remain the same at present after MPs voted by 317 votes to 286, to dismiss the proposal. Religious leaders were against it too.
Hundreds of thousands have seen the video on Youtube. Prominent atheist Richard Dawkins and Prime Minister David Cameron show support for the Church of England initiative.
The summary of a key week in the migrant crisis: The European leaders met in Malta while member states continue their individual efforts to deal with the refugee flow... and Mr. Cameron sent a letter.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted by noisy crowds outside Downing Street, in protest at ongoing religious persecution in India..
Christianity is in danger of ceasing to be a global faith as increasing numbers of its followers flee violence and persecution across the Middle East and Africa, new report says.
Christian faith “instructs us not to fear the stranger, but to love our neighbour. We view the situation with growing alarm and anger.”
Bishop Trevor Willmott calls on Prime Minister to “soften” rhetoric towards the migrants, and deal with the problem in a "non-hostile way".
Government will ask 12,000 firms to prove they do not have trafficked workers in their supply chains.
Britain has become a society where economic growth is king. And this is true at a European level as well.
The Conservatives have 331 seats, and the SNP won a historic victory with 56 seats. Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage have resigned after losing election.
Those who turn a blind eye to sexual exploitation will be jailed, announced David Cameron. The PM urges the population to “recognise the horrific nature of what has happened in our country.”