Memorandum by T Donohoe
The fact is that a largely silent body of agnostics
comprise a substantial proportion of the better educated population
of this country, leading moral and socially responsible lives.
Apart from the British Humanist Association they appear to be
unrepresented in consultative bodies. There are very many distinguished
humanists in all walks of life. Should their views, either through
the BHA or independently, not be represented in religious broadcasts
and in schools? Is there a bias here?
9 September 2005