Monday, 30 April 2012

Must-read pro-life news-stories, Mon 30 Apr

Andrea Leadsom MP
Top story:

BBC promises review of explicit sex film for children
The BBC has promised to review a sex education video it produced, following concerns within government. Nick Gibb, the schools minister, said that "Parents are justifiably worried materials like this are being used in lessons." The BBC Active video was raised to Mr Gibb's attention by Andrea Leadsom MP [Mail, 30 April]. In December last year, Mrs Leadsom helped deliver SPUC's Safe at School petition to the Department for Education [SPUC, 1 December]

Other stories:

Sexual ethics
  • Same-sex marriage backing will cost you seats, prime minister told [Express, 30 April]
  • 300,000 leaflets sent out by Scottish group opposed to same-sex marriage [Scotsman, 30 April]
  • Minority faith leaders launch campaign for religiously-blessed same-sex marriage [Pink Paper, 30 April]
  • Scottish Catholic Education Service says same-sex marriage would ‘undermine teachers’ [Pink News, 30 April]
  • Equalities minister makes absurd literary gaffe about same-sex marriage [John Smeaton, 29 April]
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