Not quite as serious as partition of the Indian subcontinent 50 years ago, but "too bad if you live in Auchterarder and want the box that's gone to Montrose".
The newsletter of the Christian Education Movement, whose preoccupation with Estonia readers will remember from last week, is also suffering from the effects of council disaggregation, or at least it says religion is. The CEM wonders how teachers can implement the 5-14 guidelines on religious and moral education when regional collections of artefacts have been broken up. The result is that "X can have Judaism and Sikhism: Y can have Islam and Buddhism: Z can have Christianity and Hinduism".
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