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October 18, 2006
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Britain’s House of Lords is debating a bill that would require faith-based schools to admit 25 percent of their pupils from outside the faith. The Board of Deputies of British Jews has taken a strong stance against the quotas suggested in the bill, but Education Secretary Alan Johnson says the plan is an attempt to encourage different communities to integrate, curbing religious and racial tensions.

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