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« Reply #2: October 02, 2010, 01:28:43 pm »

Druids recognized as religion for first time in UK

LONDON Druidry has been officially recognized as a religion in Britain under charity law.

The Charity Commission has granted the Druid Network charitable status, giving it tax breaks and equal status to mainstream religions like Christianity.

Grumble grumble.

How is Britan's laws different than the US with regards to recognizing religions vice granting tax exempt / charitable status for religious organizations?

This sounds, from the posted section, more like a single Druid group got off their butt and applied as a charitiable group.

What about BDO, CoBOD and a bunch of other organizations?
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