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Morris: We have to make up our minds about faith schools

by Margaret Holness Education Correspondent

BARONESS Morris, a former Sec­retary of State for Education and Skills, gave a qualified assent to the part played by faith schools when she spoke in the St Wilfrid series of lectures at Ripon Cathedral last week (above).

She told a 250-strong audience, which included educationists, acad­emics, and church leaders: “I have spent all my political life defending faith schools, but we have to make up our minds about what we are defend­ing. Are we defending faith ...

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