Further to my last posting on this, I finally set aside some time last night to read up on it.
I am very much in broad agreement and feel that, whilst some of it seems like stating the obvious it needs to be said. What's more if something decent comes out that seems to be okay and gets a barrage of criticism, it means that it is timely and necessary. Esp with the disturbing rise of the far-left and far-right.
I do have a minor problem though! Just one. And it's the last sentence on Item 15: "We stand against all claims to a total - unquestionable or unquestioning - truth"! Does this preclude belief in God? I am sure that is not what was meant, but taking the view that "God is truth" if one believes in God, as I do, it can be difficult. Unless of course what is meant by this is that "we are against the attitude of not questioning what is claimed to be absolute truth whether it is or not!" If the latter is meant, then I will happily sign the Euston Manifesto.
I did e-mail my concerns last night, but I have,as yet, to receive a reply. That said, I get the impression from what I have seen in the Blogosphere in the last few days that they may well be deluged! :)