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Bulletin179: Autumn 2020

In this issue… The ‘effective abolition of the marriage vow’. No-fault divorce finally becomes law Schools can postpone implementation of Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education…Plus a new resource that you should know about Patriots: The Untold Story of Ireland’s Pro-Life Movement Commit or Quit: The ‘Two Year Rule’ and other Rules for Romance …


Bulletin 178: June 2020

In this issue… Norman Wells – The Family Champion! Norman Wells (1963-2020) Tributes to Norman Wells from FET supporters Radical Divorce Bill continues progress through parliament Latest marriage statistics Transgender agenda sees welcome reverses Inventing Transgender Children and Young People Council withdraws controversial Relationships Education programme   Download pdf Norman Wells – The Family Champion! A …


Bulletin 177: March 2020

– AGM and Annual Conference – Divorce Bill – a ‘deceptively simple piece of legislation’ that exalts individual choice above commitment, self-giving and sacrifice – Wise words from the House of Lords – The Fastest Divorce Law in the World? – A voice for the voiceless in Parliament – DfE encourages LGBT-inclusive teaching in schools – No plans to impose smacking ban in England, say ministers – The Noble Liar: How and Why the BBC Distorts the News to Promote a Liberal Agenda – Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics – The sexual revolution and the vulnerability of women – The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity – What is ‘intersectionality’? – My Body is Me! – Gender identity development services for children give rise to ongoing concerns


Bulletin 176: December 2019

– General Election 2019: The parties and the family – Conservative Party – Labour Party -Liberal Democrat Party – Scottish National Party – Plaid Cymru – Green Party – UK Independence Party – Brexit Party – Gender identity and sexual orientation to feature in Census for first time – Countdown to September 2020 – All About Me Relationships Education programme mired in controversy – All About Me – why the fuss? – All About Me and the right of parental withdrawal – A ‘shameful day’ for Northern Ireland – Consultation on a new legal framework for abortion services in Northern Ireland – Social engineering and the BBC – John Humphrys on transgender issues – Concerns mount over transgender ideology – Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers – Association between adolescent use of contraceptive pill and depressive symptoms – ‘Unpopular, illiberal and unworkable’ named person scheme scrapped – Equipped for Equality – AGM & Conference 2020


Bulletin 175: August 2019

– Divorce Bill cheapens marriage by allowing unilateral divorce on demand without giving a reason – Public consultation response ignored – ‘laughable’ and ‘deeply worrying’ – The consequences of viewing marriage as an individualistic arrangement – Children’s mental health issues, the ‘thinking chair’ and abortion campaigns: news from Northern Ireland – Gender identity and the welfare of children – Challenging trans ideology in schools and elsewhere – Where is the dividing line between Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education? – Home education and the threat to parental freedoms – Policing the family: The ‘new class’ and the obsession with early intervention – Marriage and divorce in the liberal imagination – What is society’s interest in marriage? – Speaking up for true marriage – World Congress of Families, Verona 2019 – A few books available from Family Education Trust


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