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Consultation on Home Education – Call for Evidence and revised DfE Guidance

Respond by midnight 2nd July 2018

Sarah Mbuyi – A Christian Worker Wins Landmark Tribunal Case Over a Homosexual Discrimination Claim

Find below the following video clips for you to watch in order to get a perspective to the case and issues raised.

Sarah Mbuyi, a Christian nursery worker was dismissed from her job for gross misconduct after purporting that marriage condoned by God according to the Bible was between one man and one woman. Miss Mbuyi has subsequently won the case in the employment tribunal that Christian groups have hailed as historic considering the negative rulings to similar cases in recent years.


BBC London Report on Sarah Mbuyi’s Case Win


ITV News London Report on Sarah Mbuyi’s Case


Sarah Mbuyi Talks About Her Case on The Victoria Derbyshire Show

Brighton G. Kavaloh plans to shortly provide you with his personal religio-legal analysis of this landmark ruling by the employment Judge Broughton. (Albeit aware that Sarah Mbuyi’s former employers are yet to decide what further steps to take after legal advice). 


Peers Vote to Repeal "Insult Law" from Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986

On Wednesday, 12th December, 2012, the House of Lords voted by a large majority, 150 to 54 to remove the "Insult Law". The amendment to Section 5 of the Public Order Act was proposed and moved by Lord Dear, a former Chief Constable and HM Inspector of Constabulary. The Law has been perceived as an infringement of people's freedom of speech, expression and religious liberty.

Read the whole article by clicking - here.

Landmark Ruling of the Four British Christians in Strasbourg Court Case

Following the European Court of Human Rights public hearing held on the 4th September 2012 on the admissability and merits of the four British Christian cases concerning the freedom to manifest religious belief, Nadia Eweida won her case, while Shirley Chaplin lost hers along with Lillian Ladele and Gary McFarlane.

Click here www.echr.coe.int to find a detailed report of the judgement.  AdventRLP will shortly provide an analysis of the the landmark ruling and its implications for the Christian's manifestation of religious belief and practice.

UK Government Acknowledges House of Lord's Amendment to "Insult Law"

The Adventrlp readers are being informed that the Home Secretary, Theresa May, on 14th January 2013 signalled that the Government would accept to remove the word "insulting" from Section 5 of the Public Order Act, 1986. Mrs May told the MPs that the House of Lord's amendment put forward by Lord Dear, a former Chief Constable and HM Inspector of Constabulary would not be challenged. She said,

"I respect the review taken by their Lordships. They had concerns which I know are shared by some in this House that Section 5 encroaches upon freedom of expression." [1]

The Peers had overwhelmingly voted 150 to 54 in favour of the change. It is the hope of the campaigners that the law which had been perceived as an infringement, will now enhance the public's freedom of speech, expression and religious liberty.

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