Lord's Prayer ad ban 'slippery slope towards censorship' - Equality Commission

December 15, 2015

The ban on an advert featuring the Lord's Prayer from being shown in cinemas could be part of a "slippery slope towards increasing censorship", and will be investigated by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, it was announced on Friday.

 

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