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Trump defends ‘beautiful’ Civil War statues
The president says history and culture is "being ripped apart" by the removal of Confederate statues.
Charlie Alliston trial: Cyclist accused over woman's death gives evidence
Charlie Alliston denies the manslaughter of Kim Briggs, who he hit while riding his racing bike.
Brother of Chloe Ayling kidnap suspect in court
The brother of the alleged captor of Chloe Ayling is to fight extradition to Italy.
Learndirect rated 'inadequate' in Ofsted report
Too few learners and apprentices achieve the skills and qualifications to progress, report says.
Indian rape victim, 10, gives birth by Caesarean section
The rape victim, who was not allowed to have an abortion by the Supreme Court, delivers a baby girl.
Jeremy Corbyn: Wrong to blame 'entire community' for abuse
The Labour leader denies Tory claims he sacked Sarah Champion over an article about "Pakistani men".
Brexit: UK looks to keep visa-free travel from EU
EU visitors would need permission only to work, study or live long-term in the UK.
Scheme brings graduates to front-line prison roles
Ministers hope the programme will help modernise the prison service.
US woman confronts her neighbour over Nazi flag
Page Blaswell couldn't believe her eyes when she drove past a home flying a Nazi flag in North Carolina.
Flying over the city - the urban cable car
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Cornish fish restaurant named best in the UK
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The Methodist Church in Britain | Latest News
Sierra Leone appeal
Following the terrible destruction of homes, properties and lives in Freetown, Sierra Leone, the World Church Relationships Team with the support of All We Can are collecting donations toward relief work in the area.
It was with great shock and sympathy that we watched the destruction of homes, properties and lives of the flood victims in Sierra Leone on the 14 August 2017.
MHA announces new Chair of Board of Trustees
Methodist Homes, MHA, has announced the appointment of John Robinson as the new Chair of its Board of Trustees.
Cholera outbreak adds to Yemen’s misery- All We Can responds
Yemen is facing one of the largest cholera outbreaks in recent recorded history. All We Can has extended its work in the country to meet the needs of people not only facing the threat of starvation but the risk of contracting this deadly disease too. Yemen facing largest cholera outbreak anywhere in the world
Methodist Council gains living wage accreditation
The Methodist Council has been accredited as a living wage employer by the Living Wage Foundation.
President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference meets the Archbishop of Canterbury
The President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference visited Lambeth Palace on Friday (14th July) for a meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Image courtesy of Lambeth Palace
UK High Court judgement fails to offer protection to civilians
The Methodist Church has expressed its disappointment and concern following a ruling of the High Court, announced earlier this week, allowing the UK to continue to export weapons to Saudi Arabia.
Religious persecution in Sri Lanka
The Revd Loraine N Mellor, President of the Methodist Conference, has written to MP Boris Johnson, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, expressing the concern of the Methodist Church over the escalating level of religious persecution in Sri Lanka.
Paul Taylor to join Cliff College as Operations Director
Paul Taylor, currently the Director of Learning and Development (Regions) with the Methodist Church’s Discipleship and Ministries Learning Network (DMLN), will be joining the staff at Cliff College as its new Operations Director from September.
Epworth Old Rectory celebrates diamond jubilee
A Lincolnshire museum, which attracts visitors from throughout the world, is celrbating its diamond jubilee this year.
"Membership figures don't tell the whole story"
The Methodist Church in Britain has revealed a 3.5% year-on-year decline in membership over the past decade, with membership now at 188,000.
Professional Supervision for Ministers
The Methodist Conference, currently taking place in Birmingham, has confirmed that “social worker style” supervision is to be introduced for its ordained ministers.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI): a central agenda for the Methodist Church
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI): a central agenda for the Methodist Church with much more to do
Methodists call for Brexit compassion
The Methodist Church has called upon its members to contact their MPs and MEPs to ask the UK and EU Government to finalise, as a matter of urgency, the future rights of EU citizens and UK citizens living elsewhere in the EU.
Safeguarding Implementation - Past Cases Review
The Methodist Conference, currently being held in Birmingham, has announced that significant progress has been made on implementing all the recommendations of the 2015 report into non-recent abuse.
The Revd Michaela Youngson and Bala Gnanapragasam elected as President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference for 2018/19
The Methodist Conference has elected the Revd Michaela Youngson to serve as President, and Bala Gnanapragasam to serve as Vice-President, starting their year of office when the Representative Session of the Methodist Conference meets in Nottingham next year.
Reflections on Statistics for Mission
The Secretary of the Conference reflects on the Statistics for Mission triennial report and its implications for the state of the work of God in the Connexion.
3Generate’s continued growth – new venue due to increasing demand
The Methodist Youth President, Tim Annan, has told the Methodist Conference about the continued growth of the Church’s annual gathering for young people including a move to a new venue to meet increasing numbers.
Methodist Schools launch new video
A new video highlighting the history, values and impact of Methodist Schools across the country has been launched today at the Methodist Conference.
Publication of Mission and Ministry in Covenant
The Methodist Church in Britain and the Church of England have today published a joint report called Mission and Ministry in Covenant. It sets out proposals which, if accepted, will enable a new depth of communion between the two churches and would make presbyters from each church eligible to serve in the other. Together these developments will enhance the churches’ common mission to the glory of God.