A Passion Play

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Gormless Labour council bans Good Friday Passion of the Christ play because they thought it was a live SEX show

By HARRIET ARKELL and DANIEL MARTIN, WHITEHALL CORRESPONDENT
PUBLISHED: 17:15, 16 April 2014. Daily Mail (extract)
Through centuries and across countries, it has remained a staple of traditional Easter celebrations.
But that rich history, it seems, has been rather lost on one council bureaucrat – who forced a church to cancel its Passion play because he apparently thought it was a sex show.
The performance, telling the story of the crucifixion of Christ, had been planned for Good Friday by St Stephen’s House Theological College and Saints Mary and John Church in Oxford.
That was until an official at the local Labour council refused to rubber-stamp the event, forcing the church to scrap it at short notice.

Oxford City Council banned the re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ (shown…

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