Early day motion 475

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That this House notes the debate about non-violent extremism; further notes that Ofsted has taken a more assertive attitude in respect of promoting a narrow agenda which is intolerant of socially conservative views since that debate started; believes that there are important general principles such as non-discrimination that should be promoted, but recognises that there are different views on matters relating to sexual activity held by different people in society; additionally recognises that there is a conflict between the state encouraging children under the age of 16 to be sexually active and attempting to prevent child sexual exploitation; further believes that it is wrong to equate social conservatism with extremism; and calls for the Government to review with Ofsted, as part of a public debate, how we can develop a more tolerant approach which is more accepting of the variety of views that are held about such issues.

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Name Party Constituency Date Signed
Hancock, Mike INDEPENDENT Portsmouth South 06.11.2014
Hemming, John Liberal Democrats Birmingham Yardley 05.11.2014