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Court rules student can be expelled for quoting Bible on Facebook

27 October 2017

A Christian student who was expelled from university after posting on Facebook in support of Biblical teaching on marriage and sexual ethics has today (Fri 27 Oct) lost his case in a judicial review of the university’s decision. Felix Ngole was studying for an MA in Social Work at Sheffield university. In 2015 he made ...

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Tribunal rules in favour of censoring Christian beliefs

22 October 2017

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, has lost in case in the Employment Tribunal claiming discrimination, harassment and victimisation against an NHS Trust after being blocked from returning to his role as a non-executive director.

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Christian Concern intervenes to protect Europe from sharia law

13 October 2017

Christian Concern has intervened in a case concerning the application of sharia law in Europe. The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights is set to rule on a case concerning the application of sharia law to a dispute between Greek citizens who are Muslims.

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Response to today’s High Court ruling in Noel Conway assisted suicide case

5 October 2017

Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre, has welcomed today’s High Court ruling in the case of Noel Conway. Mr Conway had been granted permission by the Court of Appeal after his initial attempt to change the law on assisted suicide was rejected.

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University accused of ‘appalling double standards’ over LGBT, Islam and Christian beliefs

3 October 2017

A Christian student has accused Sheffield University of "appalling double standards" in its decision to expel him from a social work course after he expressed his Christian beliefs on Facebook. Felix Ngole, 39, of Barnsley, made the accusation after new evidence was submitted to a Judicial Review hearing today (Tuesday 3 October) at the High Court in London.

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