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Newsline 2 June 2017

We are sorry to have to report the death of David Tribe, who served as president of the National Secular Society from 1963 to 1971. You can read our obituary celebrating David's life and contributions to the secular movement below.

This week we've helped expose yet another Church takeover of local secular schools. This is part of an ambitious push by the Church to seize control over as many schools as possible. We're doing everything we can to prevent this and help local people stop the Church from subverting their local school. Find out what you can do to support our work.

Meanwhile, the election is just days away. Read on to find out where the parties stand on secular issues.

NSS mourns the loss of former president David Tribe

NSS mourns the loss of former president David Tribe

News | Thu, 01 Jun 2017

David Tribe, a President of the National Secular Society from 1963 to 1971, has died in Australia at the age of 86.

Parliamentary candidates offer support for faith schools, non-stun animal slaughter and circumcision

Parliamentary candidates offer support for faith schools, non-stun animal slaughter and circumcision

News | Wed, 31 May 2017

The National Secular Society has criticised prospective MPs for offering their support to non-therapeutic male circumcision, religious slaughter of animals without stunning, and faith schools.

What do the main parties have to say on secular issues?

What do the main parties have to say on secular issues?

Opinion | Thu, 18 May 2017

The Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties have all released their manifestos for the General Election. Read our analysis of what they say on issues from equality to human rights, Islamist extremism and education.

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