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Ancient and modern

Ancient and Modern

Plato’s Republic and Baroness Butler-Sloss’s think-tank report

2 January 2016

9:00 AM

2 January 2016

9:00 AM

In Living with Difference, a think-tank report on the problems raised by a multi-faith UK, the chair Baroness Butler-Sloss says that the recommendations amount to a ‘new settlement for religion and belief in the UK’ and are aimed at providing space and a role in society for all citizens, ‘regardless of their beliefs or absence of them’.

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