Tag: Christian Voice

Jun 11

Southampton heads adoption lottery

Southampton City Council heads the adoption lottery

Research into adoption and care rates has revealed a postcode lottery.  Children in some areas in England are 12 times more likely to be removed and adopted by child protection units. The BBC and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism sent Freedom of Information Act enquiries to all English local authorities.  Half provided full responses.  The …

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Jun 06

Witches fly in for abortion debate

Stella Creasy arguing for abortion

Empathy, common sense and basic humanity all took the afternoon off yesterday as the House of Commons debated how best to set about killing more children in the womb. The link to the debate is here. Instead of a succession of hard cases and heartrending sob stories, they should start with the presumption that human …

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May 30

Tommy Robinson ‘contempt’ in Muslim grooming case

Tommy Robinson

Sky News reports, ‘The former leader of the English Defence League, Tommy Robinson, has been jailed for 13 months after flouting court orders for a second time.’ It goes on, ‘The EDL founder – whose real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon was listed on court documents – was sentenced to 10 months for contempt of court.  …

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May 29

Republic of Ireland votes for abortion

The Republic of Ireland has voted for the evil of abortion with duplicitous language employed by the 'Yes' side.

As the BBC reports here, the Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn its constitutional ban on abortion by 66.4% to 33.6%. A referendum held on Friday resulted in a landslide win for the Eighth Amendment repeal side. Currently, said the BBC, abortion is only allowed when a woman’s life is at risk, but not …

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May 17

Father in care case faces protest charge

Maidstone Magistrates Court heard this case of a father involved in a rooftop protest at Medway Council.

A father fighting for the return of his son appeared in court today on a charge of aggravated trespass. Occupied porch roof Maidstone magistrates heard Eugene Lukjanenko occupied the porch roof at Medway Council’s offices in Gun Wharf, Chatham, on 5th September 2017. But whether his trespass was ‘aggravated’ was the question.  Only if it …

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May 15

Israel’s 70th Independence Day

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner sit alongside Benjamin Netanyahu

We celebrate with Israel and Israelis the seventieth anniversary of David ben Gurion’s Declaration of Independence on 14th May 1948. Independence Day Independence Day is ‘Yom Ha’atzmaut’ in Hebrew.  It gave Israelis the opportunity also to celebrate GDP growth of around 3.5%.  That’s much higher than the still-slumping euro zone. But, as Max Schindler puts in …

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May 04

Skripal, Steele, Trump & the Russian Dossier

Ex-MI6 man Christopher Steele compiled the Trump Russian Dossier

Revelations are popping out about links between poisoned double-agent Sergei Skripal and the Russian Dossier on Donald Trump compiled by a British spy. D-Notice on editors Colourful ex-ambassador Craig Murray reports on something called a ‘D-Notice’.  More properly it’s a DSMA-Notice (Defence and Security Media Advisory Notice).  Nevertheless, people still refer to the old name, in use …

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May 03

Ichthyornis dispar: A bird missing link?

Ichthyornis dispar - not a bird missing link at all

The mainstream media is all over Ichthyornis dispar.  This is supposed to be a ‘missing link’ between dinosaurs and birds.  The name means something like ‘disparate fish-bird’. Evolutionists like Bhart-Anjan Bhullar of Yale University claim: ‘It shows us what the first bird beak looked like.’  ‘It’s a real mosaic of features, a transitional form.’  That’s what he …

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Apr 27

Ruth Davidson is having her baby, not ‘theirs’

Ruth Davison and Jen Wilson with their dog. Pet-owning is apparently much higher amongst lesbians than the general population.

Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Scottish Conservative Party, is 13 weeks pregnant with her first child. ‘Parents to be’ You can just about trust the Guardian to report on this story: ‘The 39-year-old said she and her partner, Jen Wilson, were delighted to be expecting a baby in October after undergoing IVF treatment. ‘Davidson …

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Apr 25

BBC Newsnight on ‘information warfare’

Gabriel Gatehouse seeing everything through a bottle

BBC Newsnight was busy wheeling out the anti-Russian hacks last night. First up was its reporter Gabriel Gatehouse with a very well-produced and thoroughly disingenuous video.  Do watch it.  (All our links open in a new tab automatically.) Mr Gatehouse saw all sorts of dodgy images literally through what we were supposed to understand was …

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