Sky Information host James Morrow says there’s a neo-paganism which matches together with “wokeness”, following the London College of Economics’ choice to take away Christian phrases from its tutorial calendar. “It’s a struggle in opposition to all of these Christian celebrations like Christmas and Easter and all that ‘nasty’ stuff right here,” he mentioned. “So it’s all in regards to the autumn pageant and the winter pageant and all of the seasonal, sort of, pagan, nearly druidical issues.“However I simply did a little bit googling … they’re nonetheless completely satisfied to have pages on the web site about how you can assist school college students and employees throughout fasting throughout Ramadan, however I didn’t discover something about LSE college students fasting throughout Lent,” Mr Morrow mentioned.
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