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Newsline 17 June 2016

This week we have launched our 150th Anniversary Appeal to help celebrate and mark 150 years of the National Secular Society. We receive no public funding whatsoever and rely entirely on the generous donations of our members and supporters. By donating to our appeal, you can help us commemorate our founder Charles Bradlaugh with a portrait bust, to be displayed prominently in the Houses of Parliament, and ensure that we have the tools we need to meet the challenges of campaigning for secular reform in the UK.

If you believe that a secular Britain is our best chance to achieve true equality for all citizens then please join us today if you are not a member already, donate to our Anniversary Appeal, and don't forget to buy your ticket for our upcoming conference!

Help celebrate our 150th anniversary and support our appeal!

Help celebrate our 150th anniversary and support our appeal!

News | Wed, 15 Jun 2016

The National Secular Society has launched a new anniversary appeal to help commemorate NSS founder Charles Bradlaugh, celebrate the Society's 150th anniversary and support its campaign work.

Scottish Anglicans move towards religious same-sex marriage

Scottish Anglicans move towards religious same-sex marriage

News | Wed, 15 Jun 2016

The Scottish Episcopal Church has paved the way towards allowing gay marriage, raising the prospect of a clash with the Church of England.

NSS Speaks Out

We have been quoted by the BBC on moves towards allowing religious same-sex marriage by the Scottish Episcopal Church, in Polish newspapers on the EU Commission's 'hate speech' agreement with social media companies, in Christian Daily on compulsory worship in schools and in the local Milton Keynes paper on why inclusive, non-religious schools are a better alternative than religious schools. We also spoke on the Voice of Islam radio station about face veils.

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