Voice for Justice UK
On Good Friday, Sir Keir Starmer visited the Jesus House for all the Nations Church in Brent, warmly commending it for its contribution to the local community by serving as a vaccination centre.
Since the new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Regulations were introduced in June 2019, safeguarding issues have come to light that have provoked serious parental concern – in some places leading to demonstrations and protests outside schools. As a matter of urgency and for the wellbeing and safety of children, we urge the Secretary of State for Education to address the issues below.
It is clinically established that at least 70% of gender dypshoric children, if given love and support, but left alone, will be entirely happy with their birth sex at puberty. However, in 2019, 1,946 children were referred to the NHS gender identity referral service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, England’s specialist clinic for
Reinstate the accounts for ParentPower, 40 Days UK, and RSE Authentic
Racism is not the problem. Rebellion against God’s word is the problem.
Ideologues intent on imposing their rebranded views on society are increasingly trying to drive Christians out of the public arena. The latest victim is American evangelist Franklin Graham, who planned a four-month evangelistic tour of the UK, in hopes of sparking a Revival similar to that spearheaded by his father Billy Graham, in the
Brighton and Hove city council has apparently issued advice to its teachers to tell Primary school children that trans-boys and men and non-binary people can have periods. Language used to talk about menstruation, the guidance says, should be inclusive of all genders (www.thetimes.co.uk/article/boys-can-have-periods-too-primary-pupils-are-taught-hg5lb85mp).