Notícias que envolveram a Maçonaria
New judges must declare masonic
The Home Secretary is forcing freemasons who join the police or judiciary to declare their membership of the ancient fraternal society.
» 89% relevance | 05/03/1998 | similar stories
Top judge backs secret Masons'
The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Bingham, has said he sees no reason why judges should declare their membership of the Freemasons.
» 89% relevance | 18/03/1998 | similar stories
Masons refuse to name judges
Britain's secretive Freemasons have clashed with the government over calls to name judges.
» 82% relevance | 31/07/1998 | similar stories
Freemasons face appointments review
The public appointments watchdog has announced a review on Freemasons on public bodies and warned Tony Blair to put his taskforces in order.
» 81% relevance | 27/10/1998 | similar stories
Legislation threat looms for masons
Masons in public service could be forced to reveal their membership after a disappointing response to a voluntary register.
» 86% relevance | 26/05/1999 | similar stories
Court users asked for masonic views
A committee has agreed to make further inquiries into the question of whether judges should be forced to reveal if they are masons.
» 83% relevance | 24/04/2001 | similar stories
Judges probed on masonic links
A Scottish Parliament committee proceeds with plans to get judges to disclose whether they are members of the freemasons.
» 82% relevance | 26/09/2001 | similar stories
Freemason policy review due
Compulsory measures by the Welsh Assembly for freemasons to declare their membership may be cancelled this week.
» 81% relevance | 08/12/2001 | similar stories
MSPs reveal freemason status
Four Scottish Tories become the first members of the Scottish Parliament to reveal themselves as freemasons.
» 84% relevance | 01/02/2002 | similar stories
McLetchie in masonic disclosure
Scottish Tory Party Leader David McLetchie says he was a freemason after initially denying membership.
» 90% relevance | 06/02/2002 | similar stories
Masons shine light on mysteries
As freemasons around the UK throw open their doors to the public, BBC News Online lifts the lid on the secret society.
» 82% relevance | 27/06/2002 | similar stories
Legal worries over masons vote
The Welsh Assembly Government may face legal action after rejecting plans to change rules forcing members to admit to being Freemasons.
» 85% relevance | 14/11/2002 | similar stories