Taking the Queen’s Shilling: the implications for religious freedom of religions being registered as charities – Law & Religion UK

Posted March 24th, 2017 in charities, human rights, news by sally

‘There have been concerns recently about whether religions might have religious doctrines and practices challenged if they are registered as charities. This article looks at possible grounds to challenge the Charity Commission, including the common law principles of non-justiciability, charity law (the definition of religion and public benefit) and human rights.’

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Law & Religion UK, 21st March 2017

Source: www.lawandreligionuk.com