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Elizabeth Oldfield featured on Emma Barnett’s Radio 5 Live, discussing faith schools and spiritual abuse.
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Theos’ Director Elizabeth Oldfield and Humanists UK Chief Executive Andrew Copson spoke on BBC Radio 5 Live on 16th January 2018. They debated the complex issue of faith schools and spiritual abuse. You can catch up on the debate here on the BBC website, from 2:42:45 (available until 15th February).
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