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Newsline 14 June 2013

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Rethink ordered over discriminatory school transport cuts

Rethink ordered over discriminatory school transport cuts

News | Tue, 11 Jun 2013

A controversial plan by Flintshire Council to cut funding for transport to faith schools for pupils unable to prove their religious beliefs has been thrown into doubt after a scrutiny committee called for it to be scrapped.

Secular petitions highlight the sectarian issues in Scottish education

Secular petitions highlight the sectarian issues in Scottish education

Opinion | Thu, 13 Jun 2013

With two secular petitions on Religious Observance in play in Scotland, Alistair McBay blogs about the problematic relationship between religion and Scottish schools.

Reaction to Woking parking challenge reveals national implications

Reaction to Woking parking challenge reveals national implications

Opinion | Thu, 13 Jun 2013

The reaction to our challenge to Woking Borough Council's policy of providing free parking for worshippers reveals the national implications of our legal action.

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NSS Speaks Out

Keith Porteous Wood was on BBC Radio Ulster talking about the Woking parking challenge. Terry Sanderson was quoted in the Times in relation to the amount of religion on the BBC (subscription).

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