No integration without secularisation

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  1. Margaret Nelson says:

    The spate of murders in Suffolk has alarmed and saddened many, and it's natural to sympathise with the bereaved. The Bishop of St Edmundsbury was interviewed on BBC News, when it was announced that he would say prayers for the victims before the match at Portman Road football ground on Saturday, after a silence. A silence in memory of the dead can be shared by anyone and everyone but the football crowd won’t be 100% Christian, so is it presumptuous of the club to have prayers? What do you think?

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