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Union attacks anti-religious resolution

The Bradford branch of the National Amalgamated Union of Life Assurance Workers is trying to reverse a 1943 resolution of the local Trades Council which would have the effect of closing all denominational schools.

The resolution called for universal education in solely State-provided schools and demanded that religious teaching should be eliminated.

The union describes this as a denial of the rights of parents.




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