Developments in Edinburgh – November 2013

Tim Maguire has been asked to join the chaplaincy team at Balerno School. Tim’s already working as chaplain at the University of Edinburgh, and has so enthused the students there that several members of the university’s Humanist Society are keen to train to…

A triumph for freedom and fairness in Scotland

The early stages of the new law will no doubt throw up any problems, although the early signs are that the legislation is sound. Religious groups should feel satisfied that they will not be forced to carry out gay marriages…

Same-Sex Marriage: Reactions to the Bill

CHURCH leaders insisted they remained opposed to same-sex marriage despite last night’s overwhelming vote in favour of changing the law. The Catholic Church, which has campaigned against the reform, claimed the vote represented a “bad move” for marriage in Scotland,…

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