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Wales Humanists launches report on 100 years of disestablishment
Humanists UK backs bill for Church of England disestablishment

Humanists UK has welcomed the announcement of a Private Members’ Bill which would disestablish the Church of England and separate church and state. Currently the Church of England is the official state religion of England, and the monarch is both the head of state and the head of the Church of England. The practice of… Read more »

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BASC addresses members’ concerns with North Wales PCC

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has met key members of North Wales Police Crime Commission and the firearms licensing department to address concerns following a recent meeting of the North Wales Police and Crime Panel. During the meeting, in September, it was suggested that people should have a firearms licence for each gun they… Read more »

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BNP forced to pay legal costs in white membership case

By staff The BNP will be forced to pay legal costs in a case against their ‘whites only’ membership policy after turning up to court unprepared today. The party had waited until last night to brief their legal team on the matter, meaning the case had to be adjourned until October 15th. The party… Read more »

A video of Megrahi's arms being held aloft by Col Gaddafi's son Saif will allegedly be the finale to the celebrations tonight.
Letters back No 10 Lockerbie account

By Liz Stephens and Ian Dunt The UK government has published correspondence which appears to back its position over the release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi by the Scottish executive. The Scottish government followed suit in the afternoon by publishing background reports on the case. The letters support UK government assertions that no deal was done… Read more »