The Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church in the UK are both requesting a religious exemption from the non-discrimination law regarding same sex adoption. The govt is unlikely to grant it. An outrage, comparable to that perpetrated in MA.
Guess who weighed in on the side of the Churches? The Muslim Council of Britain.
One of D'Souza's points is that traditionalists of all faiths have enough in common with each other that they sometimes need to ally with each other against assaults by radical secularists. Here is a case where he is correct.