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Newsline 22 November 2013

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The Church of England’s unrelenting exploitation of the nation’s schools

The Church of England’s unrelenting exploitation of the nation’s schools

Opinion | Wed, 20 Nov 2013

The Church of England's intention is clear. State funded schools will be regarded as churches – and serve as pulpits for evangelisation, argues Stephen Evans.

Secularism seeks to balance everyone’s religious freedoms fairly. Why would anyone oppose that?

Secularism seeks to balance everyone’s religious freedoms fairly. Why would anyone oppose that?

Opinion | Tue, 19 Nov 2013

Despite the claims of its critics, secularism protects the freedom of conscience for all citizens, and welcomes believers and non-believers into the public square on equal terms, argues Stephen Evans.

Don’t give in to the Gideons

Don’t give in to the Gideons

Opinion | Wed, 20 Nov 2013

The Scottish Government must take action to remove the proselytising opportunity presented by religious observance in our schools, argues Veronica Wikman.

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NSS Speaks Out

Terry Sanderson was on the BBC Radio 4 "Sunday" programme discussing the "Pope Francis effect". He was also on BBC Three Counties radio and Radio Manchester talking about George Carey's prediction that Christianity would be dead in Britain within a generation. Keith Porteous Wood spoke on the same topic on BBC Radio Leeds.

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