News Bulletin 27 September 2013 -- The Christian Institute

Christian hotel owners Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who've been forced to put their business up for sale, have been told that they 'brought it on themselves' -- Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson has spoken out against assisted suicide, saying any weakening of the law would reinforce prejudices against disabled people -- Parents' responsibilities for their children could come under attack from the Scottish Government, if plans to allocate a 'state guardian' to every child get the go-ahead -- Members of the public could be charged with 'injury to an unborn baby', in a new Bill being considered by the New South Wales parliament in Australia -- Researchers in the US and Sweden say women should be offered a 'post-fertilisation contraceptive pill' when it comes to birth control -- France has banned children's beauty pageants for under-16s, in a bid to curb the 'hyper-sexualisation' of young people -- And British athlete Natasha Danvers has been telling about the emotional nightmare of facing an abortion to maintain her dream of winning an Olympic medal.