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It should be politically impossible for universities to enforce blasphemy laws

It should be politically impossible for universities to enforce blasphemy laws

Opinion | Thu, 30 Apr 2015

It should be politically toxic, publicly excruciating, there should be protests, and mass disruption to campuses when universities censor blasphemy. Where is the outrage?

Election 2015: Where the parties stand on secularist issues

Election 2015: Where the parties stand on secularist issues

Opinion | Thu, 16 Apr 2015

Find out where the parties stand on collective worship, faith schools, multiculturalism, sex and relationships education, religion in society and a range of other secular issues.

Sikh protestors force cinema chains to cancel screenings of 'blasphemous' film

Sikh protestors force cinema chains to cancel screenings of 'blasphemous' film

The Odeon and Cineworld cinema chains in the UK have cancelled screenings of an Indian movie, Nanak Shah Fakir, following a major sit-in protest at a branch of Cineworld in Wolverhampton.

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