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Aired February 28, 2010 on BBC One
Ministers are being accused of caving into pressure from faith schools over sex and relationships education.(Thanks to TreVelocita)
The government is due to make sex and relationship lessons compulsory in England's schools from 2011 through a bill in Parliament next week.
But pressure groups and the Liberal Democrats say a late amendment means faith schools will be able to teach it in line with their religious character.
The government denied faith schools were being given an opt out.
In a statement on its website, the Catholic Education Service says the amendment was secured after a period of "extensive lobbying".
It said the change would allow schools to teach the subject in accordance with their ethos.