When mainstream politicians endorse the ‘Christian Nation’ narrative they feed both Muslim and Christian persecution complexes and pander to the far-right, argues Alastair Lichten.
Elements in the current government like to promote the dog whistle message that Britain is a “Christian Nation”. This is intended to reach out to their traditional voters who may be worried about the rise of Islam and the decline of historic Christian privilege.
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