Responding to the reports that the UK Government is not going to meet its climateRead more. . .
New plans to support pupils to drive up attendance rates in schools to improve pupils’Read more. . .
The government has today accepted the recommendations from the independent NHS pay review bodies inRead more. . .
Mosques and Muslim faith schools have been given access to £24.5 million for security measuresRead more. . .
Rules banning multibuy deals on foods and drinks high in fat, salt, or sugar (HFSS) – includingRead more. . .
The government is on track to meet its manifesto commitment to deliver 50,000 more nursesRead more. . .
More than 210,000 18-year-old students in England have had their university places confirmed, with 192,000Read more. . .
36 faith institutions from 11 countries announce their divestment from fossil fuelsRead more. . .
Four Christian men were beheaded in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.Read more. . .
A group of 19 clergy has written an open letter to the Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions Board asking them to divest from all fossil fuels immediately as this is exacerbating the climate emergency.Read more. . .
We call upon all to pull back from the brink of horrific life-threatening violence. We condemn any violence from any side that targets civilians indiscriminately.Read more. . .
India is literally choking to death. In my lifetime, I’ve never seen anything that compares with this tsunami of suffering.Read more. . .
Women from Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, those living in the Midlands and East of England and women over 50 are being urged to respond to the government’s call for evidence to help inform the first ever women’s health strategy.Read more. . .
This Thursday is polling day – it is the first time that most of us have the chance to vote since the 2019 general election, and because Covid meant that so many contests were deferred last year these are the biggest set of elections for many decades.Read more. . .
Myanmar’s Christians have been telling Open Doors partners of how they are living in constant fear, following February’s coup. With the internet shut down, communications from the country have been fewRead more. . .