A graphic designer in the United Kingdom is suing a hotel after claiming he was turned down for a job there because he is a Christian.
No matter how much evidence piles up, governments in the UK and here in America are not confronting the threat of Islamic terrorism among us.
British lawmakers voted in favor of a bill to legalize same-sex "marriage" on Feb. 5. Supporters celebrate the bill as a step towards "equality," but church leaders and conservatives warn, if implemented, the measure will bring serious social and cultural ramifications.
British lawmakers on Tuesday voted in favor of a bill to legalize same-sex "marriage." Spearheaded by Prime Minister David Cameron, the bill still has to endure parliamentary debates and earn approval of the House of Lords before becoming law, but if approved, would allow same-sex couples to get married in both civil and religious ceremonies starting in 2015.
England's Oxford University has decided to change its strict academic dress code to accommodate transgender students -- meaning that males will be allowed to attend classes wearing skirts and women can wear a suit and tie.
The Church of England has been the established church for centuries. Now a separation of church and state may be coming to England in the battle over same-sex marriage.
Dawkins supports the mission of England's Department of Education to make sure every public school has a copy of the 1611 translation of the King James Bible -- albeit with an ulterior motive.
Women in London are now able to have the abortion-inducing "morning-after" pill delivered to their homes or offices.