Throwing a stool at a preacher and driving Catholics out of Scotland is amusing, apparently
The BBC’s coverage of the queen’s coffin procession through Scotland included a section in which the guests and presenter laughed merrily about violence toward Catholics and driving them out of Scotland:
Prejudice and discrimination against someone for their religious beliefs was not uncommon in Elizabethan England. But such beliefs are a protected characteristic under equality law in this television age.
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