News Bulletin 22 March 2013 -- The Christian Institute

Graphic designer Jamie Haxby claims he was refused a job at a country house hotel because he was a Christian -- Police are to investigate a retired GP who has admitted assisting the suicide of a number of his patients, including a woman who was not ill -- Patients as young as 16 could be able to register their wish for assisted suicide under controversial proposals to be brought before the Scottish Parliament -- The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has affirmed the Church of England's traditional teaching on sex and marriage during an interview with the BBC -- A 700 year old Church of England chapel inside the grounds of parliament, is under threat of becoming a multi faith area, so that same-sex weddings could take place there if marriage is redefined -- The Human Fertility and Embryology Authority has advised the Government to move forward with a technique that would create babies with two genetic mothers and one genetic father -- And Christians have been remembering the life of Scottish missionary and explorer Dr David Livingstone, to mark 200 years since his birth.

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