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Humanists and the General Election

With the general election fast approaching on 12 December, Humanists UK are asking their members to take three quick actions to ensure that the call for a tolerant society where rational thinking and kindness prevail is heard in this election. 1. Ask your candidates where they stand on our top humanist priorities. We’ve prepared a… Read more »

Survey on assisted dying

For those of you who support a change in the law to allow medically assisted dying in the UK, we should like to draw to your attention to the fact that the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has launched a survey on assisted dying and may support reforming the law if enough GPs support… Read more »

Review: visit to the Soane Museum

A group of us met at the Sir John Soane Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields on Sunday 17th November for a very enjoyable visit to this fascinating museum. This was followed by a half-pint at the delightfully traditional The Ship Tavern around the corner, to discuss all we had seen. Thanks to committee member Trevor Moore… Read more »

December social: evening drinks

When: Monday 9th December 2019, from 7pmWhere: Catford Bridge Tavern, Station approach, London, SE6 4RE (map) Please come along and join us for a relaxed evening of conversation and good company over drinks. The venue also serves food. With the general election just a few days afterwards, come along to either discuss the issues or… Read more »

New Cross Dec meeting: Amnesty letter writing

When: Thursday 5th December 2019, 7.30pmWhere: New Cross (map) Amnesty International has a campaign throughout November/December every year called Write for Rights, encouraging people to write messages of support to people around the world who have suffered injustice and to write appeal letters. With Human Rights Day on 10th December, we thought it would be… Read more »