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Survey shows support for religious education

Published on: 21 October, 2015

Three quarters of adults in Britain believe religious education should be a compulsory or optional part of the National Curriculum, with younger people more likely to believe it should be compulsory despite being less likely to identify themselves as religious, according to a new survey which also found that 44% of adults think that Islamic faith schools should be completely prohibited.

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