QAnon — the bizarre pro-Trump conspiracy theory alleging Satan-worshipping paedophile elites — has made a foothold in the UK with 1:20 people supporting the movement.
Anti-Islamic sentiment is rising in France after a history teacher was beheaded for showing caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed to his class. Muslim leaders have condemned the attack as against the teachings of Islam.
The festival of Samhain on 31 October, has ancient origins marking variously the end of summer, the beginning of the Celtic new year, the veneration of the dead and a fire festival in the agricultural year. It is observed by many Pagans and is associated with divining the future.
Author Dr Robert Jones suggests churches have been responsible for constructing and sustaining a project to protect white supremacy and resist black equality.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has finished hearing damning evidence of sex abuse against children who were sent to Roman Catholic institutions in western Australia.
Danny Kruger MP was asked by the Prime Minister to report on how faith groups contributed to civil society in the lockdown. He suggests a new deal between the state and faith groups to provide ongoing help.
A proposed Holocaust memorial in Victoria Gardens, next to the Houses of Parliament, has become the subject of a planning inquiry after objections to its location and size.
A school pastoral assistant, dismissed for Facebook posts about the teaching of relationships, has lost her claim for unfair dismissal. She was defended by the conservative Christian Legal Centre.