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A Baker’s Dozen of Religious Statistics

   Civil and religious marriages A press release from the University of Oxford on 21 July 2015 highlighted the relentless decline in the number of marriages in England and Wales which are legally solemnized in religious ceremonies. They now account … Continue reading

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Census Question Under Fire

There are just six days to go before UK residents have to complete the household and individual questionnaire for the decennial population census. But humanists are still simultaneously maintaining their attack on the voluntary question on religion while paradoxically encouraging … Continue reading

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