October 26, 2016

UK is no longer Christian country and shouldn’t act like it, says judge in new outrage

A major inquiry into religion in modern society, led by former senior judge Barnoness Butler-Sloss, has called for public life in Britain to be de-Christianised.

The two-year report found a decline in church goers – but a rise in Islam and other faiths – was the reason for a steep decline in Christianity.

The findings have provoked fury among Cabinet ministers who say it is “seriously misguided, while the Church of England said it had been “hijacked” by humanists.

Compiled by the Commission on Religion and Believe in British Public Life, the report suggested faith schools should be stripped of powers to select their own pupils because they are “socially divisive”

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