Public policy


Representing Christians and churches in the corridors of power across the UK

Protecting asylum seekers and refugees: If not you, then who?

Protecting asylum seekers and refugees: If not you, then who?

Parliament has a unique opportunity to establish a new system that leads the world in its treatment of asylum seekers and refugees
A law that traps teens

A law that traps teens

I don’t want the government to criminalise the support I received from my church when I came out as gay – this is my story
COP26: The church's role in this season of change

COP26: The church's role in this season of change

Why should the church be responding to climate crisis?
Briefing: Nationality and Borders Bill

Briefing: Nationality and Borders Bill

As we respond to a call for evidence on the Nationality and Borders Bill, what are our concerns and why should Christians care?
It’s time to be salt and light and encourage our MPs

It’s time to be salt and light and encourage our MPs

Sir David Amess’ murder should spur Christians to build meaningful relationships with their elected representatives
COP26: Helping churches in Scotland to become net zero

COP26: Helping churches in Scotland to become net zero

We are pressing the Scottish Government to match our ambition for every congregation in Scotland to have a carbon neutral church
Cornerstone loses its appeal to only accept Bible-believing Christians as potential carers

Cornerstone loses its appeal to only accept Bible-believing Christians as potential carers

The Christian adoption and fostering charity has applied to the Supreme Court to overturn recent decision
Campaigners push to remove all safeguards on abortion

Campaigners push to remove all safeguards on abortion

Have your say on last-minute extreme attempts to allow abortion up to birth
Proposed changes to relationship and sex education in Wales

Proposed changes to relationship and sex education in Wales

Watch Danny Webster and Sian Rees discuss the proposed RSE changes in Wales Watch now
New plans to allow assisted dying must be strongly opposed

New plans to allow assisted dying must be strongly opposed

Plans will be introduced into parliament to permit assisting a terminally ill person to die
Why our elected representatives need connection

Why our elected representatives need connection

New resources launched to help you connect with your local MP and representatives
What was in the Queen’s speech?

What was in the Queen’s speech?

The Government's agenda for the next year is set out including bills designed for a post pandemic recovery and a commitment to end conversion therapy
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