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Senior Church leaders write to MPs ahead of Wednesday’s vote on the Nationality and Borders Bill

19 April 2022 The Nationality and Borders Bill is due to come before MPs on Wednesday 20th April, to allow them to vote on amendments proposed by the House of Lords. The Bill is in its final stages and continues … Continue reading

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Senior Church leaders write to MPs ahead of vote on the Nationality & Borders Bill

Senior Church leaders have written to all MPs ahead of Wednesday’s vote on the Nationality and Borders Bill, urging them to use their influence to make changes to the Bill. The Nationality and Borders Bill is due to come before … Continue reading

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Response to the Government’s plans to offshore asylum seekers in Rwanda

14 April 2022 The Government’s plans to offshore asylum seekers in Rwanda gives yet another insight into its hostile, uncompassionate and ineffective response to asylum seekers and refugees. People are not a problem to be dealt with, but are individuals … Continue reading

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Nationality and Borders Bill – What’s next?

In February, 1000+ faith leaders wrote to the Prime Minister raising their concerns about the Nationality and Borders Bill, urging him to make changes even at this late stage. At the beginning of April, we received a reply to the … Continue reading

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The Methodist Church reaffirms its opposition to Conversion Therapy

08 April 2022 The Methodist Council has reaffirmed its opposition to Conversion Therapy in any form at its recent Council Meeting. The Secretary of the Conference, the Revd Dr Jonathan Hustler, presented a policy written as a result of the … Continue reading

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Methodist Council 2 – 4 April 2022

05 April 2022 The Council received updates on the work of the Strategy and Resources Committee and the Connexional Team. As part of the CT update, the Head of Mission Ms Jude Levermore updated the Council on ongoing work in … Continue reading

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Revd Helen Cameron inducted as Moderator of the Free Churches Group

04 April 2022 On Sunday, 3rd April, Revd Helen Cameron was inducted as Moderator of the Free Churches Group and as a President of Churches Together in England, representing Free Church national member churches. [embedded content] The Revd Helen Cameron currently serves … Continue reading

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Methodist Modern Art Collection on display in Bewdley

04 April 2022 A selection of art from the internationally renowned Methodist Modern Art Collection, one of the UK’s most significant collections of modern religious art, is on display in the Wyre Forest Gallery at Bewdley Museum each day  until Sunday 24 … Continue reading

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Forced Labour in Fashion: Who Makes Our Clothes?

Who makes our clothes? This is the question that we have been asking high street fashion brands as part of our Forced Labour in Fashion campaign. Over the last few years more information has emerged about the treatment of those … Continue reading

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Nationality and Borders Bill: Update from the House of Commons

On Tuesday 22nd March, the Nationality and Borders Bill returned to the House of Commons. MPs were given the chance to vote on the amendments made to the bill in the House of Lords, where it was met with strong resistance. … Continue reading

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