The Christian Institute News: Coronation Street assisted suicide controversy

An assisted suicide storyline on ITV’s Coronation Street is set to reach its conclusion  --  The Edinburgh Secular Society has called on the Scottish Government to remove religious representatives from education committees  -- A top human rights lawyer says the SNP’s plan to appoint a state guardian for every child under the age of 18 may be unlawful  --  A move aimed at giving greater protection to charities and voluntary groups to campaign freely in the run-up to a general election, has been backed by Peers in the House of Lords  --  The British Board of Film Classification has released new guidance which will see some films containing ‘very strong language’ have their age rating reduced to a ‘15’ certificate  --  TV cookery star Mary Berry says swearing on ‘television’ is inexcusable and makes children think bad language is acceptable  --  And a Christian mother, who’s son was murdered in a horrific unprovoked attack nearly 12 years ago, has found comfort through visiting prisons to talk to killers.