News Bulletin 6 September 2013 -- The Christian Institute

A new parliamentary Lobbying Bill could restrict campaign groups, including Christian organisations, from actively engaging in the democratic process

 The Scottish Parliament has decided to fast-track their gay marriage Bill by holding double evidence sessions

UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said during a video interview that gay marriage could be profoundly illiberal

A bakery shop owned by Christians in the US has been forced to shut after they received death threats because of their opposition to gay marriage

Cambridge University are to allow male students to wear skirts to their graduation ceremony if they wish

A call has gone out for members of the public to contact their MP about the current abortion laws. Tory MP Fiona Bruce, who recently led a Parliamentary inquiry into the issue, says abortion law discriminates against 'disabled babies' and needs to be changed

Doctors in the UK who arranged illegal terminations by offering gender abortions will not be prosecuted

And the life of Scottish reformer and preacher George Wishart, murdered for challenging the concepts of purgatory and praying to saints, has been marked by a special event, 500 years after his birth.

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