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Newsline 16 October 2015

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The unreasonableness of ‘reasonable accommodation’

The unreasonableness of ‘reasonable accommodation’

Opinion | Fri, 16 Oct 2015

Calls to introduce a new workplace duty of 'reasonable accommodation' for religion and belief are a flawed solution to a problem that doesn't really exist, argues Stephen Evans.

God “is the man who saves people” – a parent discovers what Religious Observance in school has taught their child

God “is the man who saves people” – a parent discovers what Religious Observance in school has taught their child

Opinion | Wed, 14 Oct 2015

A parent writes of their shock at discovering Religious Observance in the non-denominational Scottish school attended by their daughter, and gives their perspective on the problems caused by archaic Religious Observance rules in Scottish schools.

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