Key Quotes for 2017

Key Quotes for 2017

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Last update: Thursday 23rd November
 
A new fertility procedure that could allow sperm and eggs to be made from people's skin may lead to "embryo farming" on a massive scale and drive parents to have only "ideal" children, researchers have warned.
HealthNews at SPUC - 12th January 2016
 
Women who return to work after having a baby fall even further behind men in earning power, the Institute for Fiscal Studies says. In next 12 years, their hourly rate falls 33 per cent behind menís.
Work/EmploymentThe Sentinel - 24th August 2016
 
New research unveiled this month made for rather depressing reading. It spoke of the continued desire of young people to attend university creating a Ďgeneration regretí. More than a third of so-called millennials (those aged 18-35) who went to university, says the report by insurance giant Aviva, regret doing so as they struggle with debts and squeezed finances. Some 49 percent, meanwhile, believe they could have got to where they are now without it.
Young PeopleThe Sentinel - 19th August 2016
 
Patients are at risk by GPs forced to carry out consultations in 10 minutes, the British Medical Association says. It called for funding to allow GPs to spend at least 15 minutes with each patient.
HealthThe Sentinel - 30th August 2016
 
Rice maker Uncle Benís has commissioned a survey to understand more about Britainís culinary interests. The results revealed: Almost 75 percent of children aged nine donít know how to boil an egg. A total of 68 percent of parents said they only cook with their children once-a-month or less with 14 percent say they never do. 41 percent of parents said they wish they had more time to cook with their children.
FamilyThe Sentinel - 29th August 2016
 
A September report on freedom of religion or belief in North Korea provided further evidence that such freedom of religion or belief is a human right that is Ďlargely non-existentí in the country.
Religious PersecutionEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
Google, Microsoft and Yahoo will block online advertisements promoting Ďgender-abortioní in India, following an order by the countryís top court, it was reported in late September.
World IssuesEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
A terminally ill teenager became, in September, the first minor to be killed by euthanasia, after age restrictions on euthanasia in Belgium were abolished in 2014.
Young PeopleEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
After various attempts over more than 20 years, the State Committee in Azerbaijan registered a Bible society in September.
World IssuesEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
An autumn survey has revealed that nearly one in four millennials are religiously unaffiliated, and many of them say they left the church due to teachings on homosexuality.
Young PeopleEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
The Chinese government released a set of proposed amendments to its rules regulating religious affairs in early September, showing that President Xi Jinping is attempting to exert even greater control over how religion is practised.
Religious PersecutionEvangelical Now - November 2016
 
Excavations in Israel have for the first time discovered an actual physical toilet of the kind referred to in the book of 2 kings.
Religion/SpiritualityChristianity - November 2016
 
The number of pupils studying GCSE Religious Education in Education and Wales is at its highest level since 2002. There were 284,057 entries on the full course this year, up 0.1 percent on 2015. The rise comes as the overall number of GCSE entries across all subjects is down by 0.5 percent.
EducationYouthwork - October 2016
 
An NHS doctor has issued a warning to young people about the dangers of watching pornography. Psychosexual therapist Angela Gregory says more and more men in their late teens and early 20s are suffering from erectile dysfunction as a result of becoming addicted to watching online pornography.
Young PeopleYouthwork - October 2016
 
Almost one-third of young people are considered to be in debt, according to National Debtline and the Money Advise Trust. The average debt among 18-24 year olds has reached nearly £3,000.
Young PeopleYouthwork - October 2016
 
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