News Bulletin 7 September 2012 -- The Christian Institute

Lillian Ladele, the Christian registrar who was disciplined over her stance against civil partnerships, was one of four Christians who took their cases to the Court in Strasbourg claiming religious discrimination -- The National Secular Society's Keith Porteous Wood, and Simon Calvert from the Christian Institute, appeared on the BBC News channel to discuss the cases -- Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, has called on Internet Service Providers to do their upmost to protect children from harmful online content -- A humanist in Canada is seeking to stop the Gideons from distributing free copies of the Bible in schools -- And this week marked the tenth anniversary of the passing of Baroness Young, a 'formidable campaigner' who worked tirelessly in the House of Lords to champion Christian values.

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