British Conservatives and same-sex marriage
Peter Smith | 09 January 2012 |
tags: David Cameron, same-sex marriage, UK
It is not the time -- or the place -- for the Conservative Party to legislate for same-sex marriage
The New Year should begin with ideas for saving lives, not for killing them
David Alton | 05 January 2012 |
tags: assisted suicide, euthanasia, UK
A media frenzy has erupted in the UK over a hopelessly biased report on assisted suicide.
Just don’t smash it, Dave
Joanna Bogle | 20 December 2011 |
tags: Christmas, David Cameron, UK
The British PM defends Christianity but it's deeds that matter in the end, not words.
British Prime Minister: “We are a Christian country”
David Cameron | 20 December 2011 |
tags: Bible, Christianity, UK
The Bible has given Britain a set of values and morals which it should actively defend, says David Cameron.
Another death in the family
Michael Cook | 08 November 2011 |
tags: euthanasia, Norway, UK
Did a famous London physician euthanase two of the crowned heads of Europe?
Burghley: the Elizabethan mastermind
Francis Phillips | 03 November 2011 |
tags: history, Reformation, UK
Brilliant, bold and cold-blooded, Elizabeth's chief statesman dominated his age and shaped the history of England.
Britain’s deadbeatest Dad
Zac Alstin | 19 August 2011 |
tags: families, fatherhood, London riots, UK
He’s 34 years old, has 15 children, 13 lovers and no job. What Jamie Cumming’s serial polygamy tells us about the state of the family in Britain.
A tipping point for the family?
Michael Cook | 17 August 2011 |
tags: David Cameron, London riots, UK
Britain's families need to be reformed, says the Prime Minister. Are his politicians up to the job?
Will Britain’s PM reform the welfare state?
David Cameron | 17 August 2011 |
tags: families, London riots, UK, welfare state
David Cameron wants to revitalise families, schools and a sense of personal responsibility. Is he impossibly ambitious?
I can’t hack any more of this
Michael Cook | 12 July 2011 |
tags: media, News of the World, UK
The public is being manipulated in the outrage over skulduggery at Britain's most notorious tabloid, the News of the World.
Dulce et decorum est
Mishka Gora | 15 June 2011 |
tags: Afghanistan, Australia, military, UK, US
Being a soldier is an honourable way of life. We need to remember that.
Friends at long last
Michael Kirke | 01 June 2011 |
tags: Ireland, reconciliation, UK
The visit of Queen Elizabeth was a watershed moment in the turbulent history of Great Britain and Ireland.
UK moves towards a faith-free workplace
Peter Saunders | 27 May 2011 |
An English doctor has been hauled over the coals for mentioning the G-word to a patient.
Does teaching need to be this hard?
Michael Kirke | 19 April 2011 |
Teachers at a British school went on strike earlier this month because their students were so unruly.
Christianity is so yesterday, says UK high court
Michael Kirke | 02 March 2011 |
tags: Christianity, UK
There is no place in British law for Christian beliefs, despite centuries of Christianity, two High Court judges have held.