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Newsline 9 October 2015

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Peter Ball sex abuse case: 20 questions that must be answered

Peter Ball sex abuse case: 20 questions that must be answered

Opinion | Wed, 07 Oct 2015

Any genuine inquiry into the handling of allegations of child sex abuse by Bishop Peter Ball must answer key questions about alleged cover-ups by the Church, police and CPS, argues Keith Porteous Wood

NSS Speaks Out

We were mentioned twice in articles on the website of the Christian Institute, with whom we are campaigning against 'Extremism Disruption Orders'.

Our campaigns manager Stephen Evans spoke on BBC Radio Cumbria about faith schools, and he was quoted in the Isle of Wight County Press on a planned school closure which will force children to attend faith schools.

The NSS was quoted on the sentencing of former bishop Peter Ball in the Argus and Christian Today.

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