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Mar 11, 2010
Lib Dems red-faced over Scientology pressure group blunder — Birmingham Post
Type: Press
Source: Birmingham Post
Liberal Democrats have been forced into an embarrassing U-turn after inviting a pressure group founded by Scientologists to exhibit at their Birmingham conference. Lib Dem LIB DEM Liberal Democrat(s) (UK political party) leader Nick Clegg Nicholas William Peter Clegg, known as Nick Clegg, (born 7 January 1967) is the British Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam and Liberal Democrat Home Affairs Spokesman. Early life Nick Clegg was born in Buckinghamshire in 1967, the third of four children. will issue a rallying ...
Apr 24, 2004
Church anger at 'cult' space — Birmingham Post
Type: Press
Author(s): James Cartledge
Source: Birmingham Post
Church leaders and council bosses were locked in a row today after a group branded "little more than a cult" was allowed to take over prominent public space. The Diocese of Birmingham attacked the city council's decision to let the Church of Scientology launch its volunteer ministers' centre in Centenary Square. Diocesan spokesman Arun Arora said the controversial movement, founded by science-fiction writer L Ron Hubbard and backed by Hollywood stars Tom Cruise and John Travolta, was "as much a religion ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 22, 2004
Therapy head dimisses healing claims — Birmingham Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Sarah Probert
Source: Birmingham Post
Nathan Coley is showing visitors around the Scientology Volunteer Minister exhibition. "Scientology means knowing how to know. "Volunteer ministers know how to help people," he says, pointing to a large display depicting the World Trade Centre terrorist outrages. "On September 11, they helped people in shock through spiritual healing." Mr Coley, aged 29, became involved in Scientology two years ago after reading a book on the subject. When pressed for more information, he points me in the direction of a book ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 12, 2002
Benji's claims con — Birmingham Post
Type: Press
Source: Birmingham Post
Benjamin Pell — better known as Benji the Binman - yesterday launched a High Court damages action claiming he was misled into handing over money for a Hollywood blockbuster to be made out of his life. Mr Pell has brought an action for fraudulent misrepresentation against businessman John Mappin. He is seeking the repayment of pounds 77,500 and unspecified damages. Mr Pell's counsel, Marion Smith, told Mr Justice Gray that his primary case was that he was 'duped' into paying out ...
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