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Newsline 6 September 2013

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Yes, we can talk about this

Yes, we can talk about this

Opinion | Tue, 03 Sep 2013

Meg Wallace argues against cultural relativism as a basis for accepting moral values, and instead advocates the observance of the globally-agreed principles enshrined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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NSS Speaks Out

Keith Porterhouse Wood was on BBC Radio Sussex discussing whether a secular society should continue to have enforced observance of religious holidays. This was in relation to an application from racecourses to be able to stage fixtures on Good Friday.

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