News from England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
Children’s access to smartphones and computers should be limited to stop them becoming “addicted” to electronic gadgets, according to a schools’ leader.
BCNN1 • January 3, 2012
With the chill wind of austerity blowing through the country, religion’s warm embrace looks more and more inviting. Peter Oborne welcomes the resurgence of a national pastime: churchgoing
BCNN1 • January 2, 2012
Rioters who took part in the summer’s unrest were expressing “frustrations” felt by many young people, the Archbishop of Canterbury says today.
BCNN1 • January 1, 2012
Intermission Youth Theatre (IYT) end year on a high with two productions
It is a perfect time to make some resolutions for a more prosperous and healthy new year
The Duke of Edinburgh sought to prove that he had made a robust recovery from heart surgery as he led the Royal Family on the short walk to the traditional New Year’s Day church service at Sandringham today.
Think tank reveals ‘bleak’ outlook
BCNN1 • December 30, 2011
Rapper wants to build fashion career in Europe, say reports
A college which aims to promote multiculturalism has been thrust into a race row amid allegations that its principal and his wife were sacked for being white Christians.
Hundreds more disaffected Anglicans will cross over to the Roman Catholic Church this year as the Church of England prepares to take another important step towards the ordination of women bishops.
BCNN1 • December 28, 2011
Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu, will be in Jamaica next year to launch events
BCNN1 • December 27, 2011
Archbishops of Canterbury and York lament the upheaval of 2011 and urge worshippers to develop ‘mutual obligation’
BCNN1 • December 26, 2011