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Religious leaders in Great Britain must soon enroll in a national register and be subjected to government-ordered training and security checks.
Artists and activists in the United Kingdom have criticized the National Youth Theatre in London for calling off a play that revolved around Islam.
Plans of cracking down on people who feed seagulls have been stalled in order to not offend the religious sentiments of Hindus and Jews.
After a landmark report sought religious instruction to be removed from the curricula, CES said Catholic education is incomplete without teachings.
Gallup International recently released another one of its international surveys, identifying 60 percent of the world’s population to be religious.
Ian Harris, who is a Pastafarian, accused the Driver Licensing Agency of discrimination because he submitted a photo wearing a colander as a hat.
A judge in the United Kingdom chastised a Christian preacher for referring to the wrong verse in the Bible while sermonizing against homosexuality.
March 24: Today the Supreme Court of India struck down Section 66A of the IT Act, declaring it 'unconstitutional'.
British ministers rejected a petition to ban the religious slaughter of animals, thus accepting the practices of Muslim halal and Jewish shechita.
While Revelation talks of Satan being thrown into a pit of fire, Church of England concurred that the Devil can now be considered an optional extra.