Ashers “gay cake” ruling due today: a recap of what is at stake

I have gone spoken about the Asher’s Bakery case here, here, here and here. Over four years after the infamous cake at the centre of

Compelled speech and behaviour: a case in point

I mentioned a few days ago that I was concerned that we were moving away from a situation of permissiveness that allows room for conscientious

John Bercow wants to privilege gay rights over religious freedom. Here’s why that’s a problem

It should come as no surprise to anybody that the establishment generally think LGBT+ rights to be really quite important. But it is now becoming

The potential consequences of upholding the Ashers Bakery ruling

For those interested in such cases, it seems worth reminding ourselves that the Ashers Bakery #gaycake case is currently being heard in the Supreme Court.

In the name of tolerance and inclusion, what exactly do these campaigners want?

It seems the new Test Act is being put to good use. An Elim Pentecostal church in the London borough of Merton has struck a

Removing children from ‘extremists’ would, under current definitions, include mainstream Christian views

On the front page of yesterday’s Times was the headline, ‘Extremists should lose access to their children, says Scotland Yard chief’ (paywall). In it, Mark Rowley –

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