Earlier this month, Parliament voted to tear up our divorce laws. MPs stripped away numerous safeguards, meaning people can now get out of their marriages more easily than a mobile phone contract.
Today marks ‘RSE Day’, a newly-conceived attempt to promote the controversial Relationships and Sex Education subject by Nottingham City Council and now being pushed by lobby group the Sex Education Forum (SEF).
On 15 May 1984, Francis Schaeffer, the renowned Christian thinker, went to be with the Lord.
You would have thought that a field hospital set up by a charity and staffed largely by volunteers to help sick individuals in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis would have been universally welcomed, applauded, even celebrated.
by Dr Sharon James
Gifted Latin scholar, lawyer, successful journalist, poet, playwright and politician – Joseph Addison (1672-1719) was one of the most recognisable and popular figures of his day.