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Newsline 8 April 2016

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Church of England bishops are more elitist than David Cameron’s cabinet

Church of England bishops are more elitist than David Cameron’s cabinet

Opinion | Tue, 05 Apr 2016

A small, almost entirely Oxbridge-educated elite are given automatic seats in Parliament. How do we allow this to continue, asks Ed Moore.

Scotland is a mosaic of religions and beliefs – but the research shows people turning away from politicised faith

Scotland is a mosaic of religions and beliefs – but the research shows people turning away from politicised faith

Opinion | Thu, 24 Mar 2016

Scotland is a mosaic of beliefs and non-beliefs where individuals are free to hold a belief, change it or not have one at all. But it's not hard to see why people are rejecting the organised and politicised aspects of religion, writes Alistair McBay.

NSS Speaks Out

In the past week NSS Executive Director Keith Porteous Wood spoke about unregistered Charedi schools and children's right to an education on LBC. National Secular Society Campaigns Director Stephen Evans was quoted in the local Newcastle press over a plan for the Church to take-over four non-religious local schools in a single multi-academy trust.

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