Posts Tagged ‘ secular Republic ’

Newsline – 9th September 2011

Newsline is the weekly newsletter from the National Secular Society.  Every week we collate the stories and issues or most importance to our members and offer reportage and insight.  Our audio edition takes the main stories and offers them in an easy-to-listen podcast, available online and via iTunes subscription (for free).

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In this week’s Newsline

  • Daily collective worship – why is it still a legal requirement in England? 
  • Dorries defeated 
  • One Law for All – and it isn’t canon law 
  • The Brownie Guide Promise – time for change 
  • Richmond Borough Clash on Catholic School 
  • NSS urges action on religious discrimination in the succession to the throne 

 

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Newsline – 22nd July 2011

Newsline is the weekly newsletter from the National Secular Society.  Every week we collate the stories and issues or most importance to our members and offer reportage and insight.  Our audio edition takes the main stories and offers them in an easy-to-listen podcast, available online and via iTunes subscription (for free).

Join Britain’s only organisation working exclusively towards a secular society www.secularism.org.uk

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You can also subscribe to the audio version for FREE using iTunes: Newsline - The Weekly Newsletter from the NSS

In this week’s Newsline

  • Council proposes to force children into faith schools
  • NSS honorary associates challenge collective worship law in Lords
  • Bath council puts itself in debt to provide a “Christian sixth form”
  • Is this the first step to Ireland becoming a secular Republic?
  • Catholic child abuse scandals boil around the world
  • Prayers at council meeting are ‘not religious’, says council chair

 

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