Andrea Williams is the director of Christian Concern and Christian Legal Centre and a lay member of general synod.
What were initially billed as ‘temporary’ changes to abortion law are still in place, and Christians must oppose them, says Christian Concern’s Andrea Williams
The Court of Appeal ruled it was lawful for Christian magistrate Richard Page to be sacked after he said a homosexual couple were not the best people to adopt a child. Writing here last week, Rev Peter Ould argued the court got it right, and Page was merely dismissed for not doing his job. But Christian Concern's CEO Andrea Williams (pictured, above) believes this was a case of the justice system getting it wrong
After claiming there were no plans to change the law, the government has now said women will be permitted to have home abortions during the Covid-19 outbreak. Christian Concern's Andrea Williams believes the news puts thousands of lives at risk