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Newsline 9 November 2012

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An important lesson that politicians can learn from the American election

An important lesson that politicians can learn from the American election

Opinion | Wed, 07 Nov 2012

If this election has told politicians one thing, it should be that they should listen to the voters and not to the religious lobbyists who are trying to write their doctrines into law.

Mr Cameron, the Big Society and the fundamentalists

Mr Cameron, the Big Society and the fundamentalists

Opinion | Mon, 05 Nov 2012

Terry Sanderson on the undesirability of handing out public money to religious groups without strong controls in place.

Win tickets to see On Religion and to question AC Grayling about the play

Win tickets to see On Religion and to question AC Grayling about the play

News | Thu, 08 Nov 2012

We have two tickets to give away for the new production of AC Grayling and Mick Gordon's stimulating play "On Religion" being staged at the Tower Theatre in London.

The Church of England should act now if it wants to save its hospital chaplaincy service

The Church of England should act now if it wants to save its hospital chaplaincy service

Opinion | Tue, 06 Nov 2012

Terry Sanderson calls on the Church to relieve the struggling NHS of the financial burden of chaplaincy services, and for them to set up chaplaincy trusts to provide the necessary funding.

Britons becoming more tolerant

Britons becoming more tolerant

News | Thu, 08 Nov 2012

A Yougov poll of 1,637 people shows that in several respects, Britain has become more tolerant and less prejudiced during the past four decades.

NSS Speaks Out

NSS President Terry Sanderson was quoted by the BBC in its analysis of what the new Archbishop of Canterbury's priorities should be.

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