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Newsline 10 October 2014

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The Bishops, the Catholic vote and the Referendum

The Bishops, the Catholic vote and the Referendum

Opinion | Fri, 10 Oct 2014

Alistair McBay argues that a growing political alliance between the leadership of the Catholic Church in Scotland and SNP has implications which stretch far beyond the Referendum campaign and threaten to revive religious identity politics.

Conquering fear with hope: Secularism 2014

Conquering fear with hope: Secularism 2014

Opinion | Thu, 09 Oct 2014

Ahead of this weekend's conference on the Religious-Right, Secularism and Civil Rights, Gita Sahgal highlights the importance and bravery of secular activism in the Global South.

Secularist conference to discuss rise of religious right

Secularist conference to discuss rise of religious right

Campaigners will gather in London at the weekend to promote an international front of secularism to counter the rise of extremist groups such as Islamic State (Isis) in the Middle East, Boko Haram in Nigeria and the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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