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15
Jan
13
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.

20
Dec
11
Analysis: EU Weekly Work-Free Sunday Legislative Proposal is Anomalous and Unconstitutional on the Grounds of Subsidiarity Doctrine

Analysis: EU Weekly Work-Free Sunday Legislative Proposal is Anomalous and Unconstitutional on the Grounds of Subsidiarity Doctrine

The main purpose for this article is to to clarify the fact that based on the doctrine of subsidiarity, the application of a work-free Sunday legislative measure at EU level is anomalous and unconstitutional.

24
Sep
12
Religious Liberty Faces a Challenge in The Strasbourg Court

The European Court of Human Rights held a public hearing on the 4th September 2012 at 9 a.m on the admissability and merits of the four British Christian cases concerning the freedom to manifest religious belief. After the hearing the court began its deliberations in private. Its ruling will, however, be made at a later stage. We invite our AdventRLP readers to follow the court proccedings.

16
Apr
13
A RESPONSE TO THE FORMER POPE BENEDICT XVI's CALL FOR SUNDAY THE LORD'S DAY TO BE A DAY OF REST FOR THE FAMILY

I agree with the former Pope Benedict XVI's call for the family to have a day of rest and an opportunity to strengthen family ties.  Albeit I have my reservations and doubts with it being associated with 'The Lord's Day', and that day officially being Sunday. 

18
Nov
12
Mr Adrian Smith's Comments, Homophobic or Not?

A High Court Judge has ruled in favour of Adrian Smith, a Housing Manager.  His employers, the Trafford Housing Trust Limited demoted him to a non-managerial position with a consequential 40% cut in his salary because of his remarks on same sex marriages in churches.

Mr Smith a practicing Christian and occasional lay preacher attends an Evangelical Church in Bolton.  On Sunday 13 February 2011, Adrian read an article on the BBC News website headed:

21
Jul
15
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). 

SO READER WATCH THIS SPACE.

16
Feb
14
The Pledge for an EU Work-Free Sunday Legislative Measure Remains Unconstitutional

"As a current or future member of the European Parliament I pledge:

"To ensure that all relevant EU legislation both respects and promotes the protection of a common weekly day of rest for all EU citizens, which shall be in principle on a Sunday, in order to protect workers' health and promote a better balance between family and private life and work"[i]

19
Mar
15
The EU Commission Public Consultation on the Review of the Working Time Directive (WTD2003/88/EC)

Impact of the Working Time Directive

Following the European Parliament and the Council's failure to reach agreement in April 2009 and subsequently the European Social Partners two-stage consultations in accordance with Article 155 of the TFEU Treaty ended in a stalemate in December 2012, I welcome the effort of the Commission through this public consultation to review the current Working Time Directive (WTD2003/88/EC).

14
Mar
12
Diversity Seminar held at Newbold College March 13 2012

It was a topic of special interest to Seventh-day Adventists: the progress of Sunday laws in the European Union(EU). At Newbold's March Diversity Lecture, Dr Brighton Kavaloh, Ministerial Association Secretary for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK, mapped out an intriguing history of these significant laws for a 60-strong audience so enthusiastic that some of them stood or sat on the floor.

Newbold Report read more . . .

18
Apr
12
SCIENTIFIC RESULTS NO JUSTIFICATION FOR EU SUNDAY LEGISLATION

Socio-Scientific studies and their results have in recent years, in part, continued to be used to justify in the European Union work-free Sunday Legislation.

Researchers have in their findings underscored the fact that Sunday (first day of the week) is the most important day of rest for the health and safety of workers in their workplace. 

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Home Education Bill 2017-19 - Committee releases amendment

Home Education Bill 2017-19 - Committee releases amendment

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Government appoints campaigner Sara Khan to lead anti-extremism drive

Government appoints campaigner Sara Khan to lead anti-extremism drive

A prominent campaigner has been appointed by the Government to lead a fresh drive to root out and tackle extremism in the UK. Sara Khan will head up the newly-created...

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