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Are Christians under attack?

December 2, 2013

NEARLY 60 per cent of the population of England and Wales described themselves as Christian in the 2011 census.  Yet religion has been the centre of hot debates as the rights of Christians and other faiths appear to clash with the rights of other groups, such as the gay community and employers.

Premier Christian Radio is insisting that there is an “attack on the freedom of speech for Christians” after a Court of Appeal decision on November 19 upheld a ban on an advert inviting Christians to document their experiences of marginalisation in the workplace.


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