By: Paul Hobson Fifty-seven percent of people in England call themselves Christians, and one in five of those who don't is open to finding out more about Jesus after hearing Christians talk to them about their faith, a British report says.
By: Jon Kuhrt Having key roles in Britain's national events is seductive, but it is in forsaking them that the Church of England will find greater integrity. Until it does, it can never fully speak truth to power.
The anti-trafficking unit of the largest police force within the United Kingdom will see its operations absorbed elsewhere in the force in April. Activists consider the move a blow to efforts to fight human trafficking.
Many of India's Dalit people – once known as the untouchables under that country's caste system – living in the United Kingdom report that they remain victims of caste discrimination. The abuse should stop.