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There may be trouble ahead . . .

by Andrew Brown

Posted: 31 Oct 2014 @ 12:24

NORMALLY, I start this column with something serious, and put the joke at the end to reward anyone who has struggled through that far. But an exception has to be made for the Christian Legal Centre, who last week put out a press release stating that a named Christian school in Reading was threatened by the anti-extremism measures brought in after the Trojan-horse scandal in Birmingham: "The governors of Trinity Christian School in Reading, Berks, have issued a direct challenge to Nicky ...

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