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Lefty Lunacy: Could Songs of Praise fall victim to the BBC lefties?


The BBC’s head of religion and ethics has produced a report concluding that the Corporation is ‘too Christian’.

Aaqil Ahmed said he was answering criticisms from non-Christian faiths that they were underserved. Only non-Christians were consulted.

Despite the last census recording that nearly 60 per cent of Britons were Christian, critics have suggested that the Beeb could televise Friday prayers or children attending madrasahs to boost their Islamic programming.

At a time when Christianity is fighting for its life across the world, trust the BBC to take the lead in buying some nails and a coffin.

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