MPs and Peers: Extremism
plans could curb free speech

A parliamentary committee on human rights has raised concerns that plans to crackdown on non-violent extremism, which include Extremism Disruption Orders, could have a “chilling effect” on free speech and freedom of religion.


‘No evidence’ opt-out system will boost organ donation

Presumed organ donation will not necessarily increase the number of organs available and could lead to “serious mistakes”, a Christian charity and a bioethics group have warned.


‘Stale, dull atheism is in decline’ says professor

Atheism is in decline because it provides “unsatisfactory answers to ultimate questions”, according to a leading scientist and theologian.

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