As opposition to compulsory worship gathers and its defenders grow increasingly out of touch, Alastair Lichten says ministers should reconsider the law and its implementation.
The requirement for schools to conduct a daily act of Christian worship in which students are required to “take part” is among the most archaic and widely flouted laws in England.
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