Sat May 23, 2020 6:00 am
One of the UK's problems is that it is not a secular state and until recent times, when the state religion was very much intertwined with what is considered 'British' and the minorities were small and kept themselves to themselves, that was not a problem.
Minorities are now not quite so small and want to exert the same rights as the State religion there is resistance.
But is your head of state is also the leader of the State Religion and therefore secularisation all but a distant dream for atheists, and the first in line of succession is claiming divine anointment, as well as calling peasants to a land army, there's little hope that others will stop trying to use their religious exceptionalist card soon.
It being their perceived right to enable mass infections or the right to sustain brain injuries by riding motorcycles sans head protection.
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