Since late September, there have been problems with some browsers when attempting to access L&RUK. These issues have now been resolved and normal service is gradually returning. This “catch-up” post provides links to the L&RUK posts and Weekly legislation updates issued since 23 September which some readers may not have been able to view.
- QR codes for “Test and Trace” in churches, 23rd September.
- Irish Gaelic on memorials? Re St Giles, Exhall: a further update [reposted] , 23rd September.
- Oaths and affirmations in court: an Irish perspective [reposted], 23rd September.
- Church of England updated COVID-19 guidance, 25 September, 25th September.
- The Kruger Report and religion in the UK, 25th September.
- Law and religion round-up – 27th September. QR codes for “NHS Test and Trace”; Virtual sittings of C of E General Synod.
- Law and religion round-up – 4th October. Humanist wedding ceremonies and COVID-19; Church of Scotland: virtual General Assembly; Methodist Church: updated COVID-19 guidance.
- Church of England statement on publication of IICSA report, 6th October.
- Law and religion round-up – 11th October,
- Getting Married: A Consultation Paper on Weddings Law, 11th October. Guest post from Professor Rebecca Probert, intended as the first in a series of blogs explaining the Law Commission’s provisional proposals for reforming weddings law.
- Advice on local outbreaks: Church of England, 12th October.
- Non-qualifying marriages and the COVID Regulations, 13th October. Russell Sandberg looks at the dichotomy under the latest COVID-19 Regulations between what is permitted at a (legally-binding) wedding ceremony in England and (separately) in Wales, and what is permitted at other celebrations of marriage.
All the new legislation and guidance in the following weekly updates has bee incorporated in COVID-19 Coronavirus: legislation and guidance.
- New COVID-19 legislation and guidance to 26 September
- New COVID-19 legislation and guidance to 3 October
- New COVID-19 legislation and guidance to 10 October
- New COVID-19 legislation and guidance to 17 October
Since 23 September 2020, there have been problems with some browsers when seeking to access L&RUK. Although our website security certificate had been renewed, server software problems prevented this information being conveyed to some web browsers. Early in October, we took the decision to migrate the web site to a different internet service provider (ISP), and through our IT consultant, the process of migration has been in progress since then. This has been a lengthy process in view of the size of the files associated with L&RUK, and the involvement of a number of third parties in relation to various permissions required, in addition to the mechanics of the transfer and the subsequent testing. At last, normal service is gradually returning. We should like to thank everyone for bearing with us during what has been a fairly stressful experience and, in particular, John Lagrue for managing the transfer to the new ISP.
Many thanks for your perseverance in getting the transfer done. My Firefox browser doesn’t ‘dislike’ you any more!
Thanks Christopher. David
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