Ann Widdecombe: It was easier to be a Nazi or Communist in post-war Britain than a Christian today


Anne Widdecombe (Bild: Brian Minkoff - London Pixels / CC-BY-SA 3.0)
Anne Widdecombe (Bild: Brian Minkoff – London Pixels / CC-BY-SA 3.0)

The ex-MP said political correctness and some aspects of equality legislation make being a Christian difficult in modern Britain.

The Independent

Ann Widdecombe has claimed it was easier to be a Nazi or a Communist in post-war Britain than being a Christian today because “quite militant secularism” discourages people from expressing their faith.

The ex-MP for Maidstone said it was very difficult to be an active Christian in modern Britain because of some aspects of equality legislation that made people hesitant about being open with their faith in everyday life.

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