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Government announces sex education is to be made compulsory

13 November 2009

The government has announced that the teaching of sex education will be compulsory from age five onwards in state schools in England [Department for Children, Schools and Families, 5 November] Paul Tully, SPUC general secretary, commented: "We condemn this exploitation of the state-controlled school system by the government to deliver its anti-life policies to children, by-passing parental involvement." [SPUC, 5 November] The government has signaled that such education will include teaching children about abortion, contraception and homosexuality [SPUC, 11 November]

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