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Newsline 2 August 2013

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Prayer Spaces in Schools

Prayer Spaces in Schools

Opinion | Thu, 01 Aug 2013

As church attendance continues to plummet along with the numbers of Britons professing religious belief, the Prayer Spaces in Schools initiative is turning schools into churches — and turning teaching increasingly into preaching, writes Alistair McBay.

It’s not culture, it’s a crime against humanity

It’s not culture, it’s a crime against humanity

Opinion | Fri, 26 Jul 2013

Women's rights are being ignored and side-stepped under the guise of 'culture', 'tradition' and religion, argues Anne Marie Waters.

It may be a new velvet glove, but it’s the same old iron fist at the Vatican

It may be a new velvet glove, but it’s the same old iron fist at the Vatican

Opinion | Tue, 30 Jul 2013

Terry Sanderson argues that Pope Bergoglio won't move the Catholic Church forward and help it reform.

A right for one is a right for all

A right for one is a right for all

Opinion | Tue, 30 Jul 2013

Charles C. Haynes argues that the First Amendment of the United States Constitution must be vigorously defended from religious attacks.

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NSS Speaks Out

Keith Porteous Wood was on LBC Radio talking about the Archbishop of Canterbury and Wonga.

Keith was also on BBC Radio Scotland's popular Call Kaye programme about the latest revelations of child abuse at Fort Augusta Catholic school.

NSS Scottish spokesperson Alistair McBay had this letter in the Scotsman.

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