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It is "easier to be Jewish or Muslim" in the UK than some secular countries, according to the Prime Minister.
David Cameron set out his Christian beliefs in an article for the Church Times and defended his faith by arguing that "tolerance" was one of its core values.
David Cameron has called on the UK to be "more confident about our status as a Christian country" ahead of the Easter weekend.
In an article for the Church Times, the Prime Minister insisted that being a Christian country did not mean "doing down" other religions or "passing judgment" on those with no faith at all.
The leader of the Conservative party was speaking after the Government's welfare reforms came under attack from members of the senior clergy.
However, Mr Cameron said "we all believe in many of the same principles" and churches were "vital partners".