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Tim Dieppe: Opting-out of Christian assemblies 'marks a step backwards'

Tim Dieppe speaks to LBC Radio about state schools that could opt-out of Christian assemblies. He says:

"I think social cohesion is very important, and what has provided the social cohesion for this country for many centuries up [un]til now is Christianity - as a basis for our moral foundation and our spiritual foundation, and the basis for many of our laws and culture."

28/02/2017
1m 55s

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