This covers the expression of views, proselytisation (both for faiths and atheistic views), and a robust protection of the freedom to convert, both at home and abroad.
Posts Tagged: Religious Freedom
Douglas Alexander is right to urge the creation of a Government envoy for it.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get any stranger
Julian Mann: Why should Church of England schools be punished for the faults of Islamist extremists?
Ofsted recently scolded a CofE primary school in Bolton for failing to celebrate “religious and cultural diversity” – even though it already celebrates Eid and Diwali.
Attempts in the past have too often been myopic or too focused on single religions.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister is visiting London – David Cameron should urge him to reform these outdated laws.
If aid is about development, helping allies or promoting peace and prosperity, we need to see the fruits of our £10.6 billion.
Philip Hollobone’ bill to ban the burqa is rebounding on the Conservative Party as a whole.
Church groups who work with fellow-believers abroad believe that the approach I followed as a Minister is right.
The shameful truth is that Western intervention has been a catastrophe for the Christian inhabitants of Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries
Families bombarded in Darfur. Worshippers massacred in Peshawar. Students slaughtered in Nigeria. Corpses found in mass graves in Syria…
This Christmas will not be an easy one for many followers of Christ. As it approaches, the Baroness’s November speech is well worth revisiting and reading.
There are many situations in which gender segregation is perfectly justified, but where racial segregation would cause outrage.
The recent successes of centre-right parties in Norway, Australia and Germany show this is our chance to make this the era of liberation conservatism; that is a Conservative agenda that sets people free.
Last month, Peter Bone MP used a Ten Minute Rule bill – and a comment piece on ConservativeHome – to… Read more »