The former Archbishop of Canterbury speaks out on the Religious Hatred Bill in the Telegraph.
Muslims and members of other religions should get used to being mocked, the former Archbishop of Canterbury said yesterday.
Lord Carey of Clifton said he passionately believed it was good for members of a religion to have their faith criticised on certain occasions.
Lord Carey: ‘We are used to being mocked’
Speaking as a member of an all-party group of peers opposing the Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Lord Carey said he wanted to live in a society where people were sensitive to the feelings of others.
“But in being sensitive, what we mustn’t do is create a society in which certain stories are not told,” Lord Carey told a news conference.