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Are the secularists winning in faith school argument?

Are the secularists winning in faith school argument?

The government’s u-turn on its manifesto promise to lift the 50% cap on faith-based admissions to new religious free schools is a positive development – and a significant win for secularists who have vigorously opposed the measure.

    

 

The cap on faith admissions to new academies was introduced “to support inclusivity and tolerance” and remains the only tangible action the government has taken to tackle the discrimination and segregation wrought by faith schools. The government is right to backtrack on this contrvaersial policy proposal and keep this limited measure in place.

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