Peers crush parents forcing schools to indoctrinate children in LGBT dogma

Apr 30, 2019 by

by Will Jones, Rebel Priest:

The controversial new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Statutory Instrument completed its passage through Parliament last Wednesday when it received the approval of the House of Lords.

The regulations are controversial because they make the teaching of LGBT relationships and sexual practices compulsory. They also downgrade the right of parents to withdraw their children from sex education at secondary school and replace it with a right to “request” withdrawal. The head teacher can refuse this “request”.

Downgrading the right of withdrawal breaches Article 2 of Protocol 1 of the Human Rights Act 1998, which requires the State to ensure education is in conformity with the ‘religious and philosophical convictions’ of parents.

The government had initially committed to keeping the right of withdrawal as it was. But now, they claim that ‘an absolute parental right up to 18 years old is no longer compatible with English case law and the European Convention on Human Rights.’

Lord Morrow called out this claim during the Lords’ debate. He said that the government ‘have not published their legal advice to back any of that up, which makes it impossible for us as lawmakers to properly scrutinise these proposals.’

The materials in schools includes teaching children about high risk sexual practices popular amongst LGBT people.

He also noted that the Supreme Court has not ‘made a human rights declaration of incompatibility with respect to the right of parents in the existing legislation to withdraw their children from relationships and sex education.’

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