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Newsline 10 April 2015

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Let’s stop confusing education with religious inculcation

Let’s stop confusing education with religious inculcation

Opinion | Fri, 03 Apr 2015

The blurring of the distinction between education and religious inculcation is getting in the way of young people receiving good quality objective education about religion and belief, argues Stephen Evans.

Secularism in 2050: huge changes in population make a secular UK even more urgent

Secularism in 2050: huge changes in population make a secular UK even more urgent

Opinion | Fri, 10 Apr 2015

As huge demographic changes and the rapid increase in the Muslim population reshape religion in the UK, Benjamin Jones makes the case that secularism is the best guarantee of future freedoms for believers and atheists alike.

NSS Speaks Out

NSS executive director Keith Porteous Wood spoke on LBC, BBC Radio 5 Live and local BBC stations, discussing a range of issues including demographic projections on the future of religion in the UK and fixing the date of Easter.

This week, the NSS was mentioned in the Independent on Sunday, the Telegraph, the Mirror and the Basingstoke Gazette.

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