Dawkins is expected to make a 'full or near full recovery'
But will anyone but the converted take notice, asks Meg Carter?
Lipscomb is a historian and TV presenter best known for presenting shows such as 'Hidden Killers of the Tudor Home' and writing books including '1536: The Year That Changed Henry VIII'
As she approaches the first anniversary of her consecration, the Right Reverend Lane talks of her desire to inspire a generation of women to 'do something extraordinary'
Break-ups are sad and messy, but sometimes it’s the right thing to do
Scottish Episcopal Church says the Columba Declaration has caused them 'deep hurt' and should be scrapped
It all depends on whether you think the Twelfth Night goes before, or after, the Twelfth Day
Reverend Norman Smith, accused of raping a pupil at Geelong Grammar School, Australia, now faces further accusations
Apparently people go to the cinema to be entertained, not offended. But there's a lot of cinema advertising that very much offends me. Far from being value-free, it's heavily freighted with all the bogus assumptions of consumerism
'If they'd like to apply it consistently, ban every ad that mentions Christmas'
The agency that organises cinema adverts said it had pulled the advert in case it offended people
'It is extraordinary cinemas rule it is inappropriate for an advert on prayer to be shown in the week before Christmas'
Instead of using either 'He' or 'She', the Rt Rev Rachel Treweek said she prefers simply to use the word 'God'
It has emerged the PM ignored an offer from bishops to lead a national movement to house thousands of refugees
‘It would be a meaningful and substantial response to the scale of human suffering we see daily’
The new report cites 'a significant shortage of leaders' on a national scale