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5 matching items found between Jan 2007 and Dec 2007. Furthermore, there are 2 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jun 23, 2007
'Church' that yearns for respectability — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Dominic Kennedy
Source: The Times (UK)
Scientology is trying to transform its image from that of a shadowy cult When Scientology officially opened its spectacular new British church in the Square Mile, the movement was given an unusually warm embrace by the Establishment. Ian Luder, an Alderman of the Corporation of London and a magistrate, lauded the organisation’s anti-drugs efforts. “The work which you do in this area is greatly to be welcomed,” he said, “and I wish you growing success.” It was a satisfying moment for ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 23, 2007
Scientologists set to cash in on tax break — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Dominic Kennedy
Source: The Times (UK)
A change in the legal definition of religion has opened the way for Scientology to claim a multi-million-pound British tax break by registering as a charity. Advisers believe the new law, which recognises groups that worship multiple gods, or none at all, entitles the movement to the same privileges as traditional faiths like Christianity. Pagans, witches, Rastafarians, druids and satanists may also be entitled to start rattling collecting tins bearing the label “registered charity”. Scientology, founded by the science fiction writer ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 20, 2007
MPs call for tax probe into cult — Daily Express (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): James Murray
Source: Daily Express (UK)
THE INLAND Revenue is being asked to investigate why British Scientologists are refusing to pay a tax on the grounds they do charitable work — even though the controversial religion has been refused charitable status. Scientology, which came under fierce attack on the BBC last week, was denied the special status by the Charity Commission eight years ago. In a 49-page landmark ruling, commissioners said the church had not demonstrated it was “established for the public benefit as to satisfy the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 23, 2007
Is There Anybody Out There? — BBC Radio
Feb 17, 2007
Hubbard Love — Sunday Herald
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