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Newsline 23 September 2016

It's vital that we show the Government how damaging their faith school plans will be.

Thank you to all of our supporters who have already written to your MP to oppose plans for more discriminatory faith school admissions. If you haven't done so, we urge you to take a moment to contact them, and help us stop the spread of faith schools and discrimination in the education system.

If you want to help support and fund our work, and help us campaign against faith-based discrimination in schools, show your support for secularism, equality and human rights and join us today.

Don’t wear red clothes or short skirts, ultra-orthodox rabbi tells Jewish women

Don’t wear red clothes or short skirts, ultra-orthodox rabbi tells Jewish women

News | Thu, 22 Sep 2016

In a letter sent to 5000 homes, an ultra-orthodox rabbi warned women in Stamford Hill not to wear "eye-catching" clothes, telling them to dress modestly, avoiding bright colours and short skirts.

Church of England or Chancellor of the Exchequer: who’s setting the agenda?

Church of England or Chancellor of the Exchequer: who’s setting the agenda?

Opinion | Mon, 19 Sep 2016

NSS treasurer Ed Moore writes on the blurred lines between church and state when it comes to taxpayer funding for church repairs, and the vast sums of money being sent from the Treasury to the Church of England.

NSS Speaks Out

Our executive director Keith Porteous Wood was interviewed by Maryam Namazie on why secularism protected believers and atheists alike. NSS communications officer Benjamin Jones spoke on nine BBC local radio stations on Sunday 18th about how far schools and businesses should go to accommodate religious holidays.

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