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Your daily media briefing - Tuesday 25 June

  

In the Media, our daily collection of news and commentary related to secularism, is one of the most popular features on our website and now available delivered to your inbox.

  

Secularism in the media

 

Birmingham LGBT equality teaching row: MPs to debate parents' rights

MPs will debate parental involvement in teaching amid a row over whether children should learn about LGBT relationships.

BBC

 

Peter Ball: Death of abusive bishop leaves 'unanswered questions', says survivor

The death of a former bishop jailed for a string of sex offences means the full truth of what happened may never be known, an alleged victim has said.

BBC

 

Holyrood to probe anti-Muslim hatred and ‘Islamophobia’ in Scotland

The Scottish parliament is to hold an inquiry into anti-Muslim hatred and 'Islamophobia'.

The Herald

 

New Church of England school to open in South Yorkshire

A Church of England secondary school with 900 places is set to open in Barnsley.

The Star (Sheffield)

 

Jewish school labelled ‘inadequate’ over gender segregation

A Jewish school in Manchester has been labelled 'inadequate' because it teaches girls and boys separately.

The Times of Israel

 

Ultimatum issued to golf club on Lewis in Sunday golfing row

A golf club on the Isle of Lewis has been warned it could lose its lease amid a row about whether people can play on Sundays.

BBC

 

Anti-relationship lesson leaflets branded 'homophobic'

Campaigners have slammed "homophobic" leaflets encouraging parents to remove primary school children from relationship lessons.

BBC

 

NI's only 'gay pardon' cases turned down

The only two men in Northern Ireland to seek pardons for abolished gay sex offences have failed in their bids to have their convictions quashed.

BBC

 

US Catholic school sacks openly gay teacher

A Catholic high school in the US city of Indiana has said it is sacking an openly gay teacher to avoid "forfeiting our Catholic identity".

NBC News

 

Appeal court overturns forced abortion ruling

A court ruling that a woman with learning disabilities must have an abortion against her wishes has been overturned on appeal.

The Guardian

 

Almost half of Conservative members would prefer not to have Muslim prime minister, poll finds

Almost half of the Conservative Party's rank-and-file members would prefer not to have a Muslim as the country's Prime Minister, according to a new poll.

PoliticsHome

 

Apple sells Muslim Brotherhood ‘radicalisation app’

Apple's App Store is hosting an app linked to the Muslim Brotherhood despite experts' concerns that it is a tool for radicalisation.

The Times (£)

  

Latest from the NSS

 

GP investigated over repeated proselytism after NSS raises concerns

A medical watchdog is investigating a GP who has proselytised to patients despite a warning not to do so after the NSS raised concerns.

  

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