Baroness Berridge – Member’s Stories

Under the heading ‘Member’s Stories’, Christians in Parliament have published this video, in which Baroness Berridge discusses how she became a Christian, why she thinks that Christians should get involved in politics and the difference that her faith makes to her work in the House of Lords.

Harington School’s First Prize Giving Evening

This is the new Sixth Form College in Rutland which was built next to Catmose College. All of the school buildings that I learnt in have been demolished, they are now housing estates and a Lidl – but the new buildings are fantastic. The school’s results are outstanding and it has only been going for […]

Meetings in Australia

Baroness Berridge held a useful meeting with the President of the Senate of Australia to discuss the role of parliamentarians in defending and promoting Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – tweet from CIFoRB, 28 November 2017

A new APPG report… and Radio 4’s Sunday programme

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief launched a new report to mark International Freedom of Religion or Belief Day on Friday 27th October. Entitled ARTICLE 18: FROM RHETORIC TO REALITY, it highlights the current rhetoric of the observance of Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and underlines […]