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Website Facebook http Twitter YouTube Government Minister Eric Pickles, has vowed to overturn a High Court decision, in which Mr Justice Ouseley ruled that prayers held as a formal part of council meetings are unlawful -- and at an extraordinary meeting of Bideford Town Council this week, - councillors have decided to appeal the High Court ruling -- David Cameron and the Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow have backed the saying of prayers in the House of Commons -- David Burrowes MP, is facing a campaign against him, led by his own constituency treasurer, Phillip Dawson - accusing him of 'intolerance' over his opposition to same sex marriage -- Plans to keep brain dead patients 'alive', so that their organs can be harvested for transplant, are being considered by the British Medical Association -- Children as young as five are being targeted to participate in a homosexual and transgender storytelling event at a Church of Scotland venue in Edinburgh -- And the Queen has defended the Church of England's role in protecting freedom of religion in an event to mark her Diamond Jubilee.