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The role of Christianity in other aspects of British life -- including coronations -- would become obsolete.
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Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life to set out proposals for radical changes to Christianity in school
Led by former High Court judge Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss
It says schools should not be legally forced to put on religious assemblies
Faith teaching also needs overhaul to reflect multicultural Britain
Christian religious assemblies for schoolchildren should be scrapped along with the segregation of pupils by faith, according to an ex-High Court Judge.
The radical changes are proposed by the Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life, led by Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, and also include an overhaul of the teaching of faith to make it more reflective of multicultural Britain.
Currently all state schools are legally required to provide daily acts of Christian-themed worship, such as assemblies, although past studies have found many schools ignore the rule.
Other areas examined include the role of Christian faith in future coronations, the criminal justice system, politics and the media – with the commission expected to draw up proposals for possible changes that embrace people of all and no faiths.
It is made up of members of all the major religions across the UK and one of its patrons is former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.
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