Rabbi warns against relaxing lockdown rules: “It is not religious to give someone Covid for Christmas”; Rigpa Fellowship “mismanagement and misconduct”; Is a government faith engagement department on the cards?
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.
Church of England split on the cards if rules on sexuality are changed; funeral company says banning collective worship has devastating impact; Muslim leaders in France required to accept a charter of republican values
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.
Dean Martyn Percy steps aside in a saga which ‘has more bizarre twists than The Crown’; Starmer bans Corbyn after Jewish community’s outrage over his readmission to party; Police uniform in New Zealand includes a hijab
The Dean of Christ Church Oxford, Martyn Percy, has temporarily stepped aside from his post while a fresh allegation against him is investigated.
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.
£1.8million to help build tolerant society; Jewish Labour Movement criticises Jeremy Corbyn’s re-instatement after antisemitism row; Council takes court action to close Christian bookshop which flouted lockdown rules
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.
Police crack down on Christians’ resistance to lockdown; Macron rails against English language media over reports of recent murders; 300 faith organisations support charity events on Mitzvah Day