Limit Ubiquitous Religious Belief in Parliament

There should be a ruling in parliamentary structure that no single religious belief runs through more than 40% cabinet MPs to prevent the inevitable imbalance of views, if not tyranny, that such a domination is likely to incur.

Such a ruling would mean a significant re-shifting of the cabinet in power at such time (being Britain most serving MPs are likely still Christian), but will prevent Christianity, Judaism or the increasingly strong Islamic influence from taking hold and distorting our secular society which should be guarded by the twin lights of compassion and logic.

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Created By

Andrew Moncrieff

Created On

Wednesday 20 November 2013

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