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23rd April 2004 at 01:00
Three-quarters of secondaries are failing to provide a daily act of worship.

The law requires that: "All maintained schools must provide daily collective worship for all registered pupils (apart from those who have been withdrawn from this by their parents)."

Should the law be scrapped? We want to know what you think. See:

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