WITH instances of brutality thankfully coming to light in the Army and H M Prisons, our teachers subjected to violent assault by pupils, Mrs Whitehouse derided, the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester, James Anderton, viciously howled at by fellow police and others over a harmless remark made in the context of a religious programme, and any righteous stance or suggested curtailment of questionable pleasure shouted down, something is wrong somewhere. Hardly surprising when religious education with its emphasis on love of God and neighbour is relegated to the outer perimeter of education! Daphne M F Byrne Havant Hampshire
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Keywords: Homophobia, British People, Havant, Mary Whitehouse, James Anderton, United Kingdom, Education, Religion / Belief
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