Christian MPs and Peers from across the political spectrum have come together to share the everlasting hope that Christmas brings, through a recording of the prophecy about Jesus in Isaiah 9.Continue reading
Christian MPs and Peers from across the political parties have come together to share a message of renewed hope this Easter, through a recording of the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection.Continue reading
The last few years of politics have been a rollercoaster ride. Since the EU Referendum in the summer of 2016, much of what we thought we knew about British politics has been turned on its head. In last month’s General Election, the Conservatives’ simple “Get Brexit Done” slogan led to their largest majority since 1987, won largely off the back of large swathes of Labour’s traditional pro-Brexit heartlands in the Midlands and the North going blue for the first time in generations. Continue reading
This article was first published on the Premier Christianity Blog.
Sir Gary Streeter MP, chair of the Christians in Parliament All-Party Parliamentary Group, responds to the cross-party group of MPs who are calling for Parliamentary Prayers to be abolished.
Parliamentary prayers are “not compatible with a society which respects the principle of freedom of and from religion”. That’s according to an Early Day Motion put down by Crispin Blunt and backed by a cross party group of my fellow MPs.