Public policy


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

A tale of two REs

A tale of two REs

Do two new mandatory school subjects risk hindering educational diversity in England?
Bigots no more

Bigots no more

Commitments given on One Scotland poster after Evangelical Alliance intervention
Christmas: Presence, power, purpose and public policy

Christmas: Presence, power, purpose and public policy

Emmanuel means that three transformational realities change how we engage with politics and policy
Haters going to hate?

Haters going to hate?

What the One Scotland ‘Dear Haters’ anti-hate crime campaign got wrong
Leadership Elections in Wales

Leadership Elections in Wales

A round up of changes at the top of many of Wales' political parties
Ashers Bakery – when the icing sugar has settled

Ashers Bakery – when the icing sugar has settled

An analysis of the landmark Supreme Court judgment
The Gender Recognition Act 2004: consultation on reform

The Gender Recognition Act 2004: consultation on reform

A consultation to review legislation that governs how a person may change their gender
Brexit and 'the Irish question'

Brexit and 'the Irish question'

What do we want to happen to the Irish border after Brexit? There isn't consensus among Christians
Religious freedom: enforcing, empowering or reclaiming?

Religious freedom: enforcing, empowering or reclaiming?

On the 70th anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights we take a look at three perspectives
Hot on the heels of Holyrood

Hot on the heels of Holyrood

The start of September saw the Scottish Government announce its programme for government
Education? Education? Education?

Education? Education? Education?

Asking the big questions in education
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