Church is no longer welcome at school
Manchester Metro News (UK), 8 November 1996.
Governors at a Manchester school have stopped a controversial church group from holding meetings on the site.
Ducie High School in Moss Side said they have suspended the Manchester Christian Church from using the school outside school hours as a meeting place after they received complaints from the public.
The move follows concerns from people who claim the group operates like a “cult.”
Their leader Malcolm Cox said: “Allegations about us being a cult are ridiculous. But we are sympathetic to the position the governors have taken because there has been a lot of negative media coverage about us.”