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The Scout Association and Girlguiding UK have announced that they are to consult on extending membership to non-religious people, atheists and agnostics.
A Devon town council acted unlawfully by summoning councillors to attend prayers before its meetings, the High Court has ruled.
Sensible discussion about the role of different beliefs in the public square is frequently skewed by the reluctance or inability of the more ideologically-driven participants to listen properly to what is actually being said.
Pope Benedict's landmark BBC Christmas broadcast avoided controversy and relayed the traditional Christian message of God's love fleshed out in Christ.
In an interview with ENInews, the president of the National Secular Society says the government is "burying it head in the sand" over fundamentalist Islam.
A pressure group has accused the Advertising Standards Authority of effectively re-introducing the blasphemy law through the back door.
The Institute of Ideas think-tank has accused fellow secularists of engaging in a "New Atheist witch-hunt" over the Pope's upcoming British visit.
A church advertising campaign for Christmas, which depicts the baby Jesus in his mother Mary's womb, has been defended by its creators against charges of naivete and political meddling.
Representatives of six major church bodies have been challenged to reconsider their position in relation to an equalities forum they walked away from earlier this month.