"Suppose you were a white supremacist who wanted to keep Muslim children down. Or suppose you were a Machiavellian middle-class parent, who wanted to handicap the competition your child would face when the race for university places began. In either case, you would be delighted by what is happening at St Stephen's primary school in Newham."
Nick Cohen says "two Muslim cultures are emerging in Britain"
"Mary Doe must make decisions regarding her health based on the best scientific understanding of the world, even if the science does not comport with the religious or political beliefs of others."
The Satanic Temple's lawsuit challenging a restrictive abortion law in Missouri lists the "religious beliefs" of the plaintiff
"Damian Hinds attended a grammar school in Cheshire, a religious one to boot. He has advocated more Catholic schools, and with power at his fingertips he can lift the admissions cap tomorrow – no new laws needed. Why anyone would think it good value to build faith-only places in an increasingly secular world is beyond me, but he has the power."
Laura McInerney, former editor of Schools Week, writes about the new education secretary in the Guardian
"Sara is a great person and this will upset some truly awful people."
James Bloodworth's instant and prophetic reaction to the appointment of Sara Khan