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Yorkshire cathedrals to welcome cyclists on 'pedal pilgrimage'

Keen cyclist Shaun Cutler spearheaded the initiative to aid people out of lockdown and support physical and mental wellbeing. …


Abortions reached record levels in Scotland last year

The latest data reveals that there were 16,584 terminations in 2022, a 19% increase on the previous year. …

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  • How does international aid make a difference?


    Place of birth shouldn't be the determining factor dictating the direction your future life will take. Sadly though the disproportionate effect of global inequality, as demonstrated in the World Inequality Report, continues to be a reality today. …

  • Church of Scotland to review position on assisted suicide


    The Church of Scotland General Assembly has voted to review its position on assisted suicide as Scottish parliamentarians prepare to consider whether to legalise the practice. …

  • Pro-life group loses NI abortion legal challenge


    The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) has lost a legal challenge against a directive rolling out radical abortion laws across Northern Ireland. …

  • Clergy cuts and the bishops' platform in Parliament


    Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is determined to continue opposing the government's Illegal Migration Bill but for how much longer will Anglican bishops be allowed a platform in Parliament? …

  • A new province for traditionalists in the Church of England?


    In line with the Pauline principle that we should not say to other members of the body of Christ 'I have no need of you' (1 Corinthians 12:12-26), the creation of new province along the lines sketched out here would mean that the Church of England could stay together, says Martin Davie. …