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News Bulletin 18 November 2011 -- The Christian Institute

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Over 70 of Scotland's largest evangelical churches have signed an open letter to First Minister Alex Salmond urging him not to redefine marriage -- Tesco has sparked outrage after deciding to drop its support for the Cancer Research 'Race for Life', and then announcing that it will become a headline sponsor of Britain's largest gay festival -- Liverpool has become the first city in the UK to carry a homosexual rainbow emblem on some of its street signs -- The world's first official trial using human embryonic stem cells has been shelved -- The Welsh Assembly Government wants to change the law so that doctors can take organs from dead people who did not give explicit consent before they died -- The Prime Minister has selected his own choice of Bible verses to write out as part of the Peoples Bible celebration of 400 years of the King James Version -- And the Queen has attended a special anniversary service at Westminster Abbey, also part of the King James Bible anniversary celebrations.

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