Category: Freedom to Preach

Jul 11

Co-op Bank Investors slam Regulator

A group of investors in the Co-operative Bank has slammed the UK’s banking regulator following its order that the bank must raise £1.5 billion in fresh capital. Mark Taber, spokesman for 1,300 individual Co-op investors, this week accused the Prudential Regulation Authority of setting an “arbitrary and putative” demand on Co-op Bank, after it told …

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Oct 24

Pro-Lifers shock Brighton Students

Pro-Life activists caused a stir yesterday by displaying abortion imagery at a Brighton campus. Christians from Abort67 stood outside Sussex University with the graphic pictures as the students turned up in their hundreds for lectures. The banners the activists used had only recently been returned to them following their acquittal on public order charges by Brighton …

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Oct 24

Christian Voice Website Cyber Attack!

Yesterday, the Christian Voice website was off-line most of the day after coming under a massive cyber-attack.  We apologise to our members and readers but there was nothing we could do. Our web host reported at 8:22 am: ‘A few moments ago the Christian Voice website began to come under a massive DDOS attack which …

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Sep 06

Election Leaflet Was ‘Hate Crime’

CHRISTIAN PREACHER CHARGED FOR OFFENDING GAYS Colchester Magistrates are to hear the case of a Christian man accused of a public order offence in two weeks’ time. Paul Shaw was charged by Essex Police with a ‘hate crime’ after an election address was distributed in Colchester calling – in very moderate language – for a …

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Oct 14

No Equality for Christians Despite Free Speech Claus

Christians today welcomed the stand taken on freedom of speech by the House of Lords. Their Lordships refused to give way to the House of Commons, which wanted to make it illegal for Christians to criticise the sexual practices and lifestyles of homosexuals. By a majority of 44 (179 to 135) peers rejected the Government’s …

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