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September 2020
News > Ethics

Murder enquiry and two maternal deaths revealed in NHS ‘home abortions’ email

An email from an NHS chief midwife reveals a murder investigation has been launched into the death of a newborn baby after the mother took home abortion pills. The email says the baby may have been aborted after birth, and it also reveals that two mothers died after taking abortion pills at home. The…

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September 2020
News > Society

Christian Legal Centre supports father ‘brutally’ dragged by police from sick daughter’s hospital bedside

Disturbing police bodycam footage shows officers dragging a father away from his sick daughter’s hospital bedside. The father – a long serving NHS respiratory consultant – was arrested after refusing to leave when told his daughter’s life support should be switched off. Dr Rashid Abbasi, 58, had a heart attack outside his daughter’s hospital…

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August 2020
News > Society

Boris thanks Christians for their prayers, and says ‘it seems to have worked’

The Prime Minister has thanked Christians who prayed for him while he was hospitalised with coronavirus earlier this year. Boris Johnson was speaking at the National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast, which was broadcast live from the Houses of Parliament. The annual event is organised by the cross-party group, Christians in Parliament. It exists to recognise…

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October 2018
News > Religious liberty

Bible ban nurse cleared to return to work

A nurse dismissed for giving a Bible to a patient has been allowed to return to work, although the two-year ordeal has left her stressed and ‘humiliated’. In a video interview, Sarah Kuteh said she was ‘deeply shocked, very hurt and humiliated’ by the 2016 decision by the Darent Valley Hospital in Dartford to…

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March 2018
News > Ethics

Ethics – NHS gives men smear tests

Men who register with their GP as women are being routinely invited to breast cancer screenings and smear tests by the National Health Service. This is still the case, even if men have not had the operation to become a woman and therefore do not have a cervix that would require a smear test.…

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September 2017
News > Persecution

Persecution: UK – Richard Page

A Christian who was dismissed as a magistrate by the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice, after expressing his view that it was in a child’s best interests to be raised by a mother and a father, is challenging the NHS trust which subsequently removed him as a director. Richard Page, who had nearly…

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