In the last 70 years the NHS has learned to adapt to the religious practices and traditions of its diverse staff, a story charted in the Migration Museum.
The Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales has set out a new safeguarding structure to tackle child sex abuse, following a damning report from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse
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Oxford Diocese says the complaint, against Dean Martyn Percy, which has led to him stepping aside temporarily, was brought to the church under the clergy discipline measure, and will be properly and thoroughly investigated.
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The Dean of Christ Church Oxford, Martyn Percy, has temporarily stepped aside from his post while a fresh allegation against him is investigated.
The festival of Samhain on 31 October, has ancient origins marking variously the end of summer, the beginning of the Celtic new year, the veneration of the dead and a fire festival in the agricultural year. It is observed by many Pagans and is associated with divining the future.
Timeline of the Church of England’s recent history of sex abuse cases and how they were handled, laid bare by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
The Jewish community has reacted with anger to the decision to readmit Jeremy Corbyn to the Labour Party over comments on antisemitism. But the decision to withhold the whip has been welcomed.
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Black protestant and growing non religious voters, key to Joe Biden winning the US presidential election, frame the future direction on poverty, race and social justice.
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A report from the Woolf Institute suggests religion is a greater driver of prejudice than racism or xenophobia. Workplace friendships are key to breaking down misconceptions but working from home could lead to an increase in racism and prejudice.
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