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A campaign is being launched today calling on people who are not religious to be counted and included in the 2011 Census by ticking the ‘No religion’ response box.
Churches involved in delivering social provision to the whole community should not use this position to push their own agendas, a Catholic bishop says.
Advocates of freedom of religion and belief are telling the government that compulsory acts of Christian worship in publicly-funded schools should be ended.
Twenty-six of the UK’s top scientists and science educators including three Nobel laureates, have called on the Government to protect and promote science in schools.
The continued reform of Religious Education in schools, including teaching about non-religious beliefs, has been urged in a new Ofsted report, which has been welcomed by humanists.
An advertisement campaign run by the hard-line Christian Party has headed up the Advertising Standards Authority’s Top 10 most complained about adverts in 2009.
Hertfordshire Constabulary have added two Humanists to their chaplaincy teams, making them the first force in the country to include non-religious chaplains.
A senior judge has srongly criticised the former Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, for suggesting that Christians should have privileges in the judicial system.
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.
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