Christian preacher to file lawsuit against police after claims of "hate speech"
Christian street preachers have to protect themselves against acts of violence in the UK.
Christian activist stabbed in London
Police are looking for the culprit who left the knife at the scene before escaping.
London street preacher wins legal challenge
Supported by the Christian Legal Centre Sutcliffe expressed his joy to have been vindicated by the court.
US street preacher arrested in London
He stressed that in the UK, “you cannot speak against homosexuality or transgenderism and you can’t speak against Islam.”
Ex-Muslim woman stabbed in London while preaching the Gospel
The evangelist reportedly said she is heartbroken over the weekend’s events and is still healing from a slash wound on her head.
Christian street preacher wins case after being fined for evangelising
The preacher said he was “very glad the magistrates threw the case out and that reason and justice prevailed.”
Christian speaker arrested at London's Speaker's Corner
Hatun Tash is a Christian preacher who has been speaking about Christianity in a predominantly Muslim community.
London pastor arrested for sermon on marriage
Christian Concern, a UK-based organisation that defends people of faith, criticised the arrest.
Chaplain banned from prison work for revealing islamic extremism
A group of Islamic extremists once stormed a chapel service and stole his bible.
Gender clinic in London rated as 'inadequate' by UK gov't health commission
The actions were enforced against The Tavistock Centre.