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Alice Roberts says no to teaching creationism in our schools!
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yes you have had the benefit of a liberal education, you are able to hear extremist views and make a (reasonably) balanced judgement, i'm sure your grandchidren do to. the majority of parents with children in schools in this country have absolutely no idea what their children are being taught anymore than they know what they are exposed to on utube or facebook. fundamentalists do. fundamentalist are prepared to take over governing schools, remove themselves from local authority control .......
sharia law anyone?
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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