Buddhist school advisers cleared;In brief

2nd July 1999 at 01:00
THE Department for Education and Employment has rejected internet allegations against a Buddhist group, the Friends of Western Buddhist Order. It said material the order supplied to schools about Buddhism did not present a problem. The order had not abused its correct role in helping draw up Manchester's Religious Education syllabus, nor did the order's material "promote homosexuality", as critics had alleged.

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