Religion, politics and law since 2005

A collection of sites touching on issues relating to the place of religious ideas in the public sphere in the UK since 2005. It includes sites of official church bodies, as well as campaigning organisations both religious and secularist. Also included are sites concerned with parliamentary politics, along with others connected with the law and with contested issues such as the law on abortion, assisted suicide, and religion in state education. Those religious sites chosen are predominantly Christian in origin, but not exclusively so.

Sites (78)

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  1. Christian Concern for Our Nation
  2. Christian Institute
  3. Christian Medical Fellowship
  4. Christian Party Christian People's Alliance
  5. Christian Party, The
  6. Christian Party (Wales)
  7. Christians in Government UK
  8. Christians in Science
  9. Churches Election Website
  10. Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
  11. Churches Together in Britain and Ireland: European Elections 2009
  12. Churches Together in Britain and Ireland: General Election
  13. Church of England
  14. Comment on Reproductive Ethics (CORE)
  15. Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB)
  16. Cranmer
  17. Doctors Who Respect Human Life
  18. East of England Faiths Council
  19. Ecclesiastical Law
  20. Ekklesia

Sites (78)

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