Catholic Education Service "illegally" discourages gay marriage

April 2012
Education (14637073);4/27/2012, Issue 464, p7
The article reports on the legal concerns raised by the British Humanist Association claiming that the Catholic Education Service's campaign to encourage their pupils to sign a petition against gay marriage is illegal.


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