A collection of 12 essays from the country's leading thinkers on welfare exploring the moral logic of and future hopes for the welfare state.
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More than 600,000 animals bleed to death in religious abattoirs in Britain every week - Times
Dawn French to step back into character to offer alternative broadcast as part of series of special programmes on Radio 4 - Guardian
The habits of a lifetime: When you've already committed to the ascetic life of a monk, is there anyt
Emily Jupp entered the cloistered world of Ampleforth Abbey to find out - Independent
NSS campaigns manager takes aim at faith schools - Huffington Post
Bishop accuses politicians of dragging debate over the 'moral' crisis of hunger in Britain down a 'party political cul-de-sac' - Telegraph
UN lambasted the Vatican's code of silence for protecting predatory priests - Independent
Christianity is all about facing up to our weakness and admitting that we're only human - Telegraph
Cardinal Peter Turkson has criticised Uganda’s anti-gay law and called for the severe penalties it legislates for to be repealed. - Catholic Herald
House of Lords had earlier ruled Preston temple was not 'place of public religious worship' because access was restricted - Independent
A group in Syria has demanded that Christians pay a tax in gold and curb any displays of faith, or face the sword. - Times
Memorial service at Westminster Abbey - Telegraph
The conservative wing cannot be budged by science, history or law. They'd need a sign from God. But they're not looking for one - Guardian
The right of churches to sell historic treasures for repairs hangs on a landmark appeal over a 16th-century helmet. - Times
Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest new law in Jerusalem - Times
As a bishop, it is the duty of religion to challenge political power when it fails in its responsibility to the most vulnerable in society - Guardian