Not for the first time, Cameron has got his facts all wrong

Religion has become one of the most contentious issues in the UK, exerting as it does an influence disproportionate to its waning popularity. I mean, we still have bishops sitting in the House of Lords, unelected clergy in our legislature, which puts us on a par with that other great pillar of democracy, Iran. It makes David Cameron’s happy-clappy outbursts last week all the more bizarre, writes David Stirling in The Evening Times

 

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