Fresh controversy for scientologists in files - 2007-06-04

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F362.png Fresh controversy for scientologists in files June 4, 2007, The Argus

Newly released Government papers have mired the Church of Scientology's Sussex headquarters in fresh controversy.

Files from the National Archives at Kew include a confidential report produced by the then Department of Health and Social Security in 1977 for Home Secretary Merlyn Rees stating the church was a "considerable evil".

It was written as the Government prepared to defend itself against a number of writs filed by the church relating to a 1968 statement announcing a ban on foreigners entering Britain to work or study at the church.

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{{cite news | title = Fresh controversy for scientologists in files | url = https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/1445646.fresh_controversy_for_scientologists_in_files/ | work = The Argus | date = June 4, 2007 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}