Christian persecution is part of a global crisis, says UK minister
Christianity is haemorrhaging in the Middle East. The world must act, says the UK's first Muslim cabinet minister.
International opposition grows to UK’s three-parent embryos
The British government is about to embark on the precedent-shattering move of allowing genome engineering.
Stephen Hawking's genius and brave struggle with motor neurone disease do not mean he is right on assisted suicide.
Since when did abortion trump the rule of law?
British officials claim that the prosecution of illegal sex-selective abortion is not in the public interest. They are wrong.
Monday, 4.24pm, 8lb 6oz, a Royal boy
The Royal baby symbolizes the great, civilized, traditions of Christian marriage.
Why the UK should reject three-parent embryos
British stem cell scientists have scored a big win by securing government approval for a scheme to avoid rare diseases. This will do far more harm than good.
A fight for equality or a war on difference?
To invite the government to give us phony equalities by recognising gay marriage is to invite greater state intervention into our personal lives.
Engineering our way to a eugenic future
The UK fertility regulator has proposed a "minor" procedure with momentous consequences which is legal nowhere else in the world.
A conviction politician
A political opponent pays tribute to Margaret Thatcher's character while questioning her social policies.
A sense of purpose
Mrs Thatcher’s steely resolve to improve Britain is sorely needed today, but tempered by compassion for the post-industrial working class.
She served her country well
Courage, kindness and conviction were the hallmarks of the Margaret Thatcher I knew.
Marriage equality splits the Tories
Supporters cited adult happiness and lovely wedding ceremonies; opponents championed children and families.
What do we mean by Islamism?
The British media and political landscape have obscured an in-depth understanding of Islamism, the ideology, as separate from the Muslim faith. Two books can be a small help.
Disappointment in Strasbourg
Religious freedom in the UK takes another hit in the courts.
I do, but not in the established Church
The British Government’s response to its consultation on same-sex marriage shows how keen it is to railroad through partial and divisive proposals.
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