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Christian family adoption block

A Christian couple were told they could not adopt their two foster children, because of their "concerning" views that the children needed a mother and father.

With help from the Christian Legal Centre, a council has told the couple it will now reconsider their application.

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  • December 14th, 2017
    This past Monday, the Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska presented a paper at the Human Rights, Law & Religion: Flashpoints symposium held by the Centre for Conflict, Rights & Justice at the University of Nottingham School of Law. He presented on the growing legal conflict between freedom of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • December 13th, 2017
    Lord Pearson of Rannoch has said that that he fears that telling other people about Christianity could soon become a hate crime. In an interview with Premier Radio, Lord Pearson said that free speech is being eroded by hate crime legislation. Read more.
  • August 25th, 2017
    Andrea Williams responds to some criticism of one of our legal cases that appeared on Facebook over the summer.
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