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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
Members of the General Synod agree to begin next stage on proposals
The Archbishop of Canterbury calls for a 'complete change of culture' in the Church
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
Why is he back in the news?
One of the residents of Chelsea's illustrious Cheyne Walk, along with Dante Gabriel Rossetti, James McNeill Whistler, George Eliot and Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Anglo-French poet, essayist and historian Hilaire Belloc was born in 1870, and famously said: "When I am dead, I hope it may be said: His sins were scarlet, but his books were read."
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.
Allowance would avoid time spent pushing fresh legislation through Parliament
Statement significantly ratchets up fallout between liberals and conservative over the thorny issue of homosexuality
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.
Religious leaders worried that they could soon be obliged to conduct same-sex weddings have been offered a series of reassurances by ministers desperate to avoid a prolonged row with the Church and other faiths.
On Tuesday, the Church's General Synod met and we did our job. After all, a bishop is not a CEO, he is the father of a family