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News Bulletin 22 July 2011 -- The Christian Institute

The Home Office has said it will assess whether the law should be re-worded by removing the word 'insulting' from Section 5 of the Public Order Act. A cross-party group of MPs have welcomed the Equality and Human Rights Commission's statement that courts should have done more to protect Christians affected by new equality laws. TV soap Emmerdale is now taking a more realistic view on assisted suicide according to Dr Peter Saunders. A mother's application to end the life of her paralysed daughter is being heard by the Court of Protection as the woman has a degree of consciousness. A survey of medical students revealed that nearly half object to late term abortion of disabled babies. And this week celebrated the anniversary of an impassioned letter from John Newton to his friend William Wilberforce encouraging him to stay in politics.

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