To forbid “discrimination” is to violate basic freedom – not just religious freedom, any freedom. It was grimly predictable that faced with a choice between freedom of association and the doctrine of “anti discrimination” Mr Cameron would choose to support state control. So much for his “big idea” of the greater delivery of “public services” by voluntary groups.
Both Mr Blair and Mr Cameron have shown themselves to be people who only support association if people associate in the way they COMMAND.
- Paul Marks