'Persecution is not being made to feel mildly uncomfortable' Dr Williams tells Edinburgh audience
Wonga insists it would welcome competition from credit unions
Channel 5 has teamed up with payday lenders Wonga to make a new endurance show for the channel.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has criticised Conservative ministers for dividing the nation to justify their welfare reforms
Pope Francis has welcomed the Archbishop of Canterbury the Most Rev Justin Welby in Rome, the first time the two church leaders have met.
Fellow priest responds: 'Any right-minded person would find a priest calling his archbishop an onanist to be utterly outrageous'
School to be built elsewhere after locals deliver 5,500-signature petition to 10 Downing Street
More than one in 10 under-25s in the UK now describe themselves as Muslim
Keith Weston, rector of St Ebbe's Church, Oxford, was widely regarded as one of the foremost Bible expositors of his generation. He played a vital part in an ambitious plan by the then Inter-Varsity Fellowship (now UCCF) to see Bible-teaching churches in all UK and Irish university towns. Weston's twofold ministry was to allow scripture to inform the thinking of his church members in whatever sphere they served, and to raise up other preachers who would do the same.
According to a YouGov poll, on the question of trust, respondents ranked a priest below a family doctor, a teacher, a judge and even a BBC news journalist
The Archbishop of Canterbury will play the theme tune from the BBC sitcom The Vicar of Dibley when he makes his radio presenting debut on Easter Sunday.
The head of the Church of England has said some gay couples have loving and monogamous relationships of "stunning quality" - and he believes a woman will one day be made an archbishop.
The Church of England has dropped the opposition to gay clergy in civil partnerships becoming bishops
'Independent' poll shows rift as Archbishop attacks Government's plans
After decades in which the number of Anglo-Jews was perceived to be in decline, the latest census figures shows a modest rise in those describing themselves as Jewish.
The Church of England has attacked the Government's lack of consultation over its gay marriage plans, saying senior ecclesiastical figures learned of them only when Culture Secretary Maria Miller announced them to Parliament.