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Britain ‘a cold place’ for Christians, report says

by Ed Beavan

THE GOVERNMENT has displayed “contradictory tendencies” towards faith groups in recent years, a report published by Parliamentary campaign group Care says.

The report, The Abolition of Slavery and Public Christianity, argues that it would be in the national interest for the Govern-ment to promote “public faith” rather than push for the “privatis­a-tion” of Christianity, a tendency which it says is becoming more commonplace.

The research coincides with ...

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