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Newsline 14 August 2015

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The BBC is failing to respond to fair criticism of its religious output

The BBC is failing to respond to fair criticism of its religious output

Opinion | Tue, 11 Aug 2015

The NSS has objected numerous times over the past half century to the exclusion of non-believers from Thought for the Day, but it now seems as though the BBC will not even consider objections to the programme, raising questions about how it handles criticism.

The British left’s hypocritical embrace of Islamism

The British left’s hypocritical embrace of Islamism

Being veterans of the struggle to push back against fundamentalist Christians, American liberals are well acquainted with the pitfalls of the neoconservative flirtation with the religious-right. How ironic, then, that in Europe it is those on the left who flirt with religious theocrats.

NSS Speaks Out

This week the NSS was quoted by Premier Christian Radio welcoming the abolition of the 'Minister for Faith' title.

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