Ep 19: General election special

Posted: Mon, 25th Nov 2019

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This week, Emma Park is joined by Stephen Evans and Chris Sloggett for a general election special. During the campaign the NSS is calling on parties to adopt 11 secularist pledges on subjects such as education and free speech. But which of these are on the parties' agendas? Will any of them make it onto the statute book any time soon? And is religion stifling political debate? Join Stephen, Chris and Emma for comment and analysis.

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Election 2019: a secularist manifesto

Don't let religious sectarianism tear our democracy apart

The definition of 'Islamophobia' and its criticisms

Angela Rayner on Twitter: "I've never put our faith schools at risk and never will."

Labour's 'race and faith manifesto'

The latest NSS podcast is a general election special. The team discuss its Secularist Manifesto, for a freer, fairer society, and which of these proposals could be seen under the next government.
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