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Newsline 17 April 2015

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Election 2015: Where the parties stand on secularist issues

Election 2015: Where the parties stand on secularist issues

Opinion | Thu, 16 Apr 2015

Find out where the parties stand on collective worship, faith schools, multiculturalism, sex and relationships education, religion in society and a range of other secular issues.

Irish same-sex marriage – is the Church trying to blackmail the state?

Irish same-sex marriage – is the Church trying to blackmail the state?

Opinion | Fri, 17 Apr 2015

The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has threatened to stop civil marriage registration if Irish law is changed to allow same sex marriages. Keith Porteous Wood argues that if it were to carry out its threat, it could inflict more harm on the Church than any change of the legal definition of marriage would.

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