THE General Synod on Wednesday set a 2030 target for net zero carbon emissions for the Church of England, rejecting the recommended target of 2045
THE Church of England is still “deeply institutionally racist”, the Archbishop of Canterbury told the General Synod on Tuesday.
Love was the theme of the sixth festival of faith and literature. Adam Becket, Ed Thornton, and Paul Handley report
CHRISTIANS have been guilty of “promoting and fostering negative stereotypes of Jewish people that have contributed to grave suffering and injustice”, a landmark teaching document from the Church of England admits.
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Brexit has thrown the future of the Northern Ireland peace process into doubt with warnings that it could pose an "existential crisis" to the province.
May's determination to leave the single market and custom's union raises the prospect of a hard border between Northern Ireland and the south.
Any change to current system would be "very destabilising".
Northern Ireland is being left without a voice in Brexit negotiations.
LONDON — Brexit will be a "disaster for ...
THE two men suspected of poisoning Sergei and Yulia Skripal have claimed on Russian television that they visited Salisbury to see the cathedral.
A 2010 investigation into past allegations of abuse in the Church of England was “flawed” and “failed to give a complete picture”, Sir Roger Singleton said on Friday. He emphasised, however, that he had found no evidence of any attempt to deliberately mislead.
Sir Roger was asked to review the adequacy of the Past Cases Review (PCR) of 2007-09, which was a review of more than 40,000 files on diocesan staff, clergy, and lay ministers dating back 30 years, and looked for any evidence that clerg...
THE veteran MP Frank Field has resigned the Labour Party whip and will sit as an independent Labour MP in the House of Commons, he announced on Thursday.
THE Church should rapidly disinvest from fossil-fuel companies and invest in clean alternatives, a new report suggests
"Sufficient progress" has not been made in Brexit negotiations, the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said.
In a joint press conference, Brexit Secretary David Davis said talks had "exposed" the EU as being less "flexible and pragmatic" than the UK.
Barnier said that it does not appear that negotiations will be ready for the next stage by the October deadline.
LONDON — British and EU negotiators have made no "decisive progress" on the key issues being discussed ...
ONE of the joys of returning to London was its diversity, the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Sarah Mullally, said at an interfaith Iftar (the meal eaten by Muslims after sunset during Ramadan) on Wednesday of last week.
IT WOULD be a “tragedy” if the Oxfam sexual abuse scandal resulted in a cut to the foreign-aid budget, the Archbishop of Canterbury said on Tuesday.
The new Scottish Tory MPs who 'saved the day' for T...