Shared rights and freedoms can help us to rub along together – The Times

Posted November 27th, 2009 in news by sally

“Faith in the workplace has become a source of heightened anxiety in recent times. Traditionalists mourn the apparent demise of Christendom’s monopoly over the public sphere and some of my fellow bleeding hearts sound more bloody-minded than liberal whenever religion crops up. But as so often, our shared framework of fundamental rights and freedoms can help to negotiate the limits of tolerance and cohesion as we rub along together.”

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The Times, 26th November 2009