The Church of England has dominated Remembrance Sunday on the 100th anniversary
of the armistice. The C of E led the annual service at the Cenotaph. Later the prince of Wales and the prime minister gave religious readings in a service at
A Pentecostal church in London, the Winners' Chapel, has been accused of
offering 'gay cure therapy'. In 2014 the NSS successfully campaigned to prevent the church from
opening a school.
Leading doctors have backed "sensitive and age-appropriate"
teaching of LGBT issues to primary school children.
A Ugandan MP who has used religion to justify her push for virulently anti-gay measures was welcomed to Downing Street and spoke in the Commons chamber last week.
The NSS has criticised the invitation.
The Vatican has told the US Conference of
Catholic Bishops to delay voting on measures to hold bishops accountable for failing to protect children from sexual abuse.
The archbishop of Canterbury has praised Prince Charles's
"prophetic instincts" in a House of Lords debate to mark the heir to the throne's 70th birthday. The NSS has called this a "misuse" of parliamentary time.
India's top court has agreed to
review a ruling that removed a ban on women of menstruating age from entering a prominent Hindu temple, following widespread protests against the decision.
The National Trust has encouraged its properties to keep
using the traditional terms 'before Christ' and 'anno domini' after one of its flagship properties started using alternative terms.