The second phase of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry's hearings into allegations of abuse at children's homes run by the Sisters of Nazareth has drawn to a close.
At a service of celebration in Westminster Abbey Simon Stevens, the NHS England chief executive, quoted the archbishop of Canterbury's view that
the NHS was "the most powerful and visible expression of our Christian heritage".
Councillors in Lancashire County Council are due to vote again
on plans to stop supplying non-stun meat to schools next week.
An imam who subjected his young pupils to over 100 physical assaults at a mosque in Rochdale has been jailed for 17 months. During
sentencing the judge told the defendant: "These young men were expecting to be nurtured in the ways of Islam and the way in which you behaved is in no way
acceptable to the ethics of your faith."
A crunch meeting between Ofsted and the umbrella organisation representing Jewish education, PaJeS, has taken place. After the meeting a PaJeS
director said he was "delighted that together with Ofsted we have found a way for Jewish schools to be true to their ethos and meet the standards expected by
A council's decision to create a buffer zone outside a London clinic has been upheld in the high court.
Thousands of cases of female genital mutilation have been identified over the past year in
England, according to data published on Thursday. Experts say the data shows the need for stronger action to tackle the practice.
Amy Coney Barrett has emerged
as a favourite among conservatives to take the vacancy on the US Supreme Court, partly because she is believed to favour 're-arguing' the Roe v Wade
decision on abortion. President Trump is expected to announce his nominee on Monday.
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