News Bulletin 26 August 2011 -- The Christian Institute

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Website *******www.christian******* Facebook *******www.facebook****/christianinstitute Twitter *******twitter****/christianorguk YouTube *******www.youtube****/christianorguk The Prime Minister has said it is time for politicians to move away from moral relativism and neutrality. -- But former Prime Minister Tony Blair has rejected the idea that Britain is suffering from moral decline. -- The Scottish Government is coming under pressure to add a further delay to its controversial sectarianism Bill. -- A regulator is thinking of allowing commercial abortion providers to advertise their services on television and radio. -- In America, a survey of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has found that just fourteen percent provide abortions. -- A 'sex box' is being used in primary school lessons in Switzerland. -- Schools in Missouri, America, are being sued for using internet pornography filters, because the filters may also block some homosexual websites. -- Happily married individuals who have heart surgery are three times more likely to survive than couples who are unmarried, a recent study claims.
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