David Cameron 'fostering alienation and division' by calling Britain a 'Christian country'

Damned RIGHT, Cameron is RIGHT to stand up and defend the last of the UK's liberties and standing. Its called LEADERSHIP.

Those who don't like it know where the Airports are so go now - with all our blessings.

America is a Christian principles country. Raise the bar and barriers!

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  • An open letter signed by prominent public figures has condemned the PM

The Independent
By James Vincent
21 April 2014

An alliance of public figures including scientists, novelists and politicians have accused David Cameron of ‘fostering division’ within the UK by claiming that Britain is still a “Christian country”.

In an open letter the authors note that while they respect the Prime Minister’s right to religious beliefs as well as the fact that these will “necessarily affect his own life as a politician”, they believe that his characterization will have “negative consequences for politics and society”.

“Apart from in the narrow constitutional sense that we continue to have an established Church, Britain is not a “Christian country”,” write the authors in the letter published in the Daily Telegraph. “Repeated surveys, polls and studies show that most of us as individuals are not Christian in our beliefs or our religious identities.

“At a social level, Britain has been shaped for the better by many pre-Christian, non-Christian, and post-Christian forces. We are a plural society with citizens with a range of perspectives, and we are a largely non-religious society.”

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