Archbishop says Church of England 'failed terribly' for not reporting abuse
But same report admits church needs ‘fresh tone of support’ and suggests penitence for oppression of LGBT community
New proposals will "push LGBTI+ clergy back into the closet", says charity
'I am a practising member of the Church of England and so forth, that lies behind what I do', the Prime Minister says
The Church of England has been internally divided over the issue of same-sex relationships for several years
'Sexuality is part of who I am, but it’s my ministry that I want to focus on'
Reverend Peter Sanlon says both gay pride and child abuse were "pushing boundaries" and would be "given an accounting before God's judgement throne"
Faction says Church is ‘watering down’ Christian teachings
Church leaders feared their teachings on gay marriage would mean Sunday schools were flagged up as extremist
Gareth Jones pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating at Highbury Magistrates Court
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby can keep his job because the Church of England changed its rules about children born out of wedlock, but how does it cope with newfangled modern morality?
And Christians are more likely to believe in aliens than the Devil
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'