Public policy


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

The Queen’s Speech: What’s there, what’s not and why it matters

The Queen’s Speech: What’s there, what’s not and why it matters

John Coleby takes a look at the Queen's Speech and analyses the contents and the gaps
New government envoy appointed for freedom of religion and belief

New government envoy appointed for freedom of religion and belief

Rehman Christi MP has recently taken up his new role for the government.
Walking with wisdom and seasoning our speech

Walking with wisdom and seasoning our speech

How can we speak well in politics when we strongly disagree?
Christian witness in this political moment

Christian witness in this political moment

What Christian teaching should guide engagement with politics at an impending election?
Ashers bakery case is going to European Court of Human Rights

Ashers bakery case is going to European Court of Human Rights

The cake case rises from the ashes in challenge to the Supreme Court
NOW CLOSED: Children not in school consultation guide

NOW CLOSED: Children not in school consultation guide

The government are consulting on new regulations for education outside of school settings Respond to the government's consultation
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
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