(INDEPENDENT) — Theresa May has been urged not to “abuse her position to promote Christianity”, after revealing how her faith in God is her driving force.
The National Secular Society raised the alarm after the Prime Minister used a weekend newspaper interview to open up about her religious beliefs.
Asked how she steeled herself for making tough decisions, Ms May replied: “It's about, 'Are you doing the right thing?' If you know you are doing the right thing, you have the confidence, the energy to go and deliver that right message.”
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When asked if that was a “moral” approach, Ms May added: “I suppose there is something in terms of faith.