Andrew Caplen and David Mcllroy write on the rule of law and access to justice.
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Religion in the Media
A daily roundup of media stories about religion.
A new Labour Party pressure group aims to 'put relationships and responsibility at the heart of British politics' - BBC
Science suggests that atheists are no more prone to anger than people of faith – but everyone believes that they are - Guardian
Christian politics is about more than "defending 'Judeo-Christian values'" according to Rowan Williams - Tablet
More than faith, it also requires managerial skills, empathy and, sometimes, a strong stomach - Guardian
The vocal fervour of today's missionary atheism conceals a panic that religion is flourishing - Guardian
The ‘jihadi bride’ narrative fails to acknowledge the agency of Muslim women, either in conflict or in preventing terrorism - Guardian
Report by religious leaders says Department of Work and Pensions targets vulnerable families in order to make cuts - Guardian
Nervous breakdowns are no longer a rarity among clergymen and constant financial pressure is a major cause of stress - Telegraph
Citizens UK attempting to persuade clubs to pay living wage - Guardian
The head of the Roman Catholic church in England entered the debate yesterday. - Times
Someone has to rescue us from the immigration red herring being the major issue in this election - Independent
A project aimed at helping faith groups reduce crime has not given any money to non-Christian religious schemes - BBC
A social network that joins people across the world in prayer has attracted more than 33 million posts - Times
Scientists shouldn't rush to dismiss fears about 'three-parent babies.' Sceptics can be useful critics - Guardian
The deceased had been well known for years around St Peter's Square, sleeping rough and begging for money - Telegraph