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Schoolgate Campaign

The new Relationships and Sex Education bill has been voted into law, despite the many negative responses to the government consultation. A cynic might think that the consultation has been a mere formality, the government having already decided to impose an adult sexual agenda on vulnerable young minds. Parliament has certainly been deaf to the…

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Wake Up Britain!

If evidence were needed of the ideological battle raging in this nation, this is surely it!  No sooner have the Relationships and Sex Education Regulations received Parliamentary approval, than LGBT activists have started calling for their immediate review and upgrade.  In a recent letter to Education Secretary Damian Hinds, drawn up by the Peter Tatchell Foundation and…

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No Outsiders – Unless you Believe in God

The current, controversial programme called “No Outsiders” being promoted in various schools has led to a storm of protest from parents. It has been the most divisive single educational measure in recent years. Parents have removed their children from schools; staff have lost their jobs for protesting against it on behalf of their own children;…

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Peers crush parents forcing schools to indoctrinate children in LGBT dogma

The controversial new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Statutory Instrument completed its passage through Parliament last Wednesday when it received the approval of the House of Lords. The regulations are controversial because they make the teaching of LGBT relationships and sexual practices compulsory. They also downgrade the right of parents to withdraw their children from sex education at secondary…

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The Government Responsible?

In loco Rei Republicae: The government, not parents, are primarily responsible for the moral formation of children, insists Damian Hinds MP, Secretary of State for Education. Damian Hinds MP, Secretary of State for Education (in England) makes it crystal clear, in his letter (9th April 2019) to the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), that,…

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RSE & Bullying

It is a claim made over and over again that the necessity to learn about a whole range of adult relationships from primary school level onwards is necessary so that “homophobic bullying” may be prevented. This is one of the main reasons for the very explicit and adult content being enjoined under the new Relationship…

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RSE Reality Check

Gay rights and tolerance – what’s really going on in our schools? All children must learn about same sex relationships regardless of their religious background.   So said head of Ofsted Amanda Spielman, in a recent interview in wake of the protest at Parkway School Birmingham, where around 600 parents withdrew their children following objections to…

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Urgent! Write to your MP

Thank you to those who contacted their MPs, urging them to vote against approval of the draft of the RSE Regulations currently before Parliament. There is the first faint glimmering of light through the trees! We still have all to play for. What was being viewed as a foregone conclusion seems gradually to be yielding…

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The Government and Family Dismemberment

In the Government’s plan for ‘no-fault’ divorce, either party may send their marriage to the tip without giving a reason. The judiciary are leading deconstructionists. Way back, President of the Supreme Court Baroness Hale (formerly barrister Brenda Hoggett), was opining how we should “be considering whether the legal institution of marriage continues to serve any…

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Individual rights and (in)tolerance

The draft RSE Regulations, currently before Parliament for approval, are scheduled to come into force on 1st September 2020, but schools are being encouraged to implement changes as soon as possible. The Government has said that all teaching delivered as part of RSE must promote acceptance of LGBT lifestyles and identity, supporting gender ‘equality’ and enforcing…