Sunday, 13 April 2014

Sunday Express: Questions To Which The Answer Is No (Unfortunately)

Sunday Express.

The Express' columnists - from Ann Widdecombe to Frederick Forsyth - always read like Craig Brown parodies.

Update: Another question to which the answer is no - from next week's Big Issue.

The highly respected British Social Attitudes Survey estimates that roughly half of the population professes no religion, and places Anglicans at an all-time low of 20%, with Catholics and other Christians at 9% and 17% respectively. With only 14% of religious people attending services every week, and religious groups and leaders topping a 2006 Ipsos MORI poll of which domestic groups have too much influence in society, on what grounds are the Prime Minister and Communities Secretary possibly basing their claims?

British Humanist Association.

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