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HO files: When is a religion not a religion? (1976)

Discussion in 'UK National Archives' started by Horseradish, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. Horseradish Member

    In the one-pager, Mrs M McFarlane of the Home Office philosophises on the matter of what a religion is or is not, back in March 1976.

    [Source: HO 304/11]

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  2. alexjorge Member

    Picture is Block
  3. Anonymous Member

    I reckon this was lost when sue attended to maintenance and accidentally (most) of the whole thing. Any chance of a re-upload?
  4. Horseradish Member

    Too right Night Owl, the dox I posted got lost in the move. I will have to locate on relevant external hard disk and re-upload. Sorry, hasn't been my priority so far...
    I will see if I can track it down.
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  5. Horseradish Member

    Yee ha! Here it is.
    Really easily tracked down as it was on the first disk I looked at, filed under something really obvious.

    There are clearly some other connected documents (this is a response to DHSS proposals), but they would come under a different Ministry and therefore a different part of the National Archive. But still should be available.

    There will have been fresh doxs release this January, methinks. Time for some more visits to the NA for some scan tech.

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  6. Horseradish Member

    Interestingly, after dismissing various possible ways of approaching the problem, she does suggest that money is perhaps at the root of the issue.

    Ho ho ho.
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  7. Random guy Member

    The question is "can a religion be for-profit"?
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  8. alexjorge Member

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    Thanks (I got it) (Y) :)
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  9. Got alot of HCO docs ect
  10. Anonymous Member

    Scan and post. Take Two.

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