New motion to keep God out of Parliament

Created on: 21st January 2019

New motion to keep God out of Parliament

When Tony Blair was the Prime Minister, his right hand man at the time Alastair Campbell said “we don’t do God” which summed up not only Tony Blair’s legacy but his time in office. 

As time have moved on, Parliament still holds prayers and there are MPs meet regularity from all party`s to intercede for our Country.

However, there is a small number of MP`s who don’t like the fact that prayers are a part of Parliament and therefore have tabled this motion: 

"That this House recognises that religious worship should not play any part in the formal business of the House of Commons; believes that parliamentary meetings should be conducted in a manner equally welcoming to all attendees, irrespective of their personal beliefs; further believes that Parliamentary Prayers are not compatible with a society which respects the principle of freedom of and from religion; urges that prayers should not form part of the official business of Parliament; and calls on the Procedure Committee to consider alternative arrangements."

When you look at the mess our Parliament is in over BREXIT, blatantly deigning the will of the people in the referendum, this is the time when we need many PM`s and civil servants to pray in earnest. 

These time will be remembered for the MP`s who put aside their own beliefs to fight for democracy, which is hanging by a thread at the moment, with the general public looking on in disbelief. 

This is a time when we need to fight for our Country in prayer to intercede to God as though there were tanks on our streets from a foreign army.

We have been controlled by a foreign power of over 40 years and this is the time for release and redemption, so that once more we can be free to grow, to govern our own borders, our laws and to uphold Christianity values in this once great Nation.

Posted by Amanda Hopkins

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