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Scots Catholic Blog
|Posted on December 23, 2014 at 6:55 AM|
The MP for Coatbridge and Chryston Tom Clarke has vowed to 'fight as hard as he can' for better protections for freedom of conscience when Parliament reconvenes in the New Year.
Mr Clarke says he will be calling 'on the coalition government to clarify the interpretation of peoples legal and human rights' in the wake of the Glasgow midwives case where two midwives were told that they could not conscientiously object to the supervision of abortions.
Mr Clarke also said: "I cannot accept that even given recent attempts to introduce secularism where it was never meant to be that we are seeking to impose upon individuals an instruction to carry out actions that are in terrible conflict with their conscience and their long held convictions."
Click here to read the full article at sconews.co.uk: http://www.sconews.co.uk/news/42470/tom-clarke-mp-to-challenge-parliament-on-conscientious-objection/