Religion, politics and law since 2005

A collection of sites touching on issues relating to the place of religious ideas in the public sphere in the UK since 2005. It includes sites of official church bodies, as well as campaigning organisations both religious and secularist. Also included are sites concerned with parliamentary politics, along with others connected with the law and with contested issues such as the law on abortion, assisted suicide, and religion in state education. Those religious sites chosen are predominantly Christian in origin, but not exclusively so.

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  1. National Association of Teachers of Religious Education (NATRE)
  2. National Secular Society
  3. One Law For All
  4. Peter Tatchell: Religion
  5. Pope Benedict XVI in the UK
  6. Pro-Choice Forum
  7. ProLife Alliance
  8. Religion Law UK
  9. RE Today
  10. Scottish Christian Party
  11. Secular Medical Forum
  12. Tearfund: Election 2010
  13. theologyoflaw.org
  14. Theos Think Tank
  15. Thinking Anglicans
  16. UK Human Rights Blog: Art. 9 Thought/Conscience/Religion Category
  17. WATCH - Women and the Church
  18. Yes 2 Women Bishops

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