Christian Minorities at Greater Risk of Persecution during Coronavirus Outbreak

In areas around the world where Christians are a religious minority, Christians are more likely to face discrimination when trying to receive food and medical care. According to Fox News, the coronavirus pandemic is making life even harder for Christians and other religious minorities in countries around the world. Open Doors USA, a Christian watchdog group, […]

Boris Johnson leaves hospital as he continues recovery from coronavirus

Boris Johnson has thanked the NHS for saving his life as he left hospital to recuperate at Chequers, after a week of treatment for Covid-19. The prime minister praised two nurses in particular for watching over his bedside in intensive care for 48 hours “when things could have gone either way” – Jenny from New Zealand […]

The social effects of the coronavirus crisis

Carys Moseley comments on what effects – good and bad – the coronavirus might have on society. The ongoing crisis about how to respond to the global spread of the coronavirus is having a profound impact on all areas of public policy and culture that we deal with, and with how the country as a […]

Coronavirus exploited by enemies of democracy

Pavel Stroilov comments on the government’s new Coronavirus Bill. Pavel is a political exile of Russia, having fled to the UK after his research as a historian put his life and liberty at risk. He then studied law at King’s College London and University of Law. He now works as a legal consultant for Christian […]