News from England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
About a quarter of congregations belonging to the Church of England did not have any children for their worship services, according to recently released figures.
BCNN1 • October 25, 2017
Cambridge University is being slammed by several academics after it was revealed students were given “trigger warnings” about an upcoming lecture on Shakespeare, amid concerns from faculty the students could become distressed.
BCNN1 • October 20, 2017
The Church of England now reaches more people on social media than in services, new figures reveal.
BCNN1 • October 19, 2017
This week in gospel news, a new Derby conference, ‘BBC Songs of Praise’ extend competition and see Kirk Franklin’s proteges live in London
BCNN1 • August 30, 2017
The theologian and social commentator will continue his work with Churches Together in England
BCNN1 • August 16, 2017
The search is still on for a road-rage jogger who shoved a woman into the path of a London bus.
BCNN1 • August 13, 2017
When the BBC made a cartoon to educate schoolchildren about life in Roman Britain, it was hardly expecting controversy.
BCNN1 • August 9, 2017
At Friar’s Crag in Keswick, the view across Derwentwater towards tree-covered islands and the gently-sloping summit of Catbells can only be described as sublime.
BCNN1 • August 7, 2017
Former National Health Service (NHS) Trust director Richard Page, is challenging his removal from his job at NHS in March of 2016.
BCNN1 • August 4, 2017
Three British men who dubbed themselves the “Three Musketeers” were convicted Wednesday of plotting a bomb attack on troops or police inspired by Islamic extremism.
BCNN1 • August 3, 2017
Suggestions that freedom of movement will continue after the UK leaves the EU are wrong, Downing Street has said.
BCNN1 • August 2, 2017
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has inaugurated a 39th province of the worldwide Anglican Communion in Sudan.
BCNN1 • August 1, 2017