I think tolerance is important because you should always respect other religions because people believe different things. It’s also important to respect people’s opinions and to not show that you disagree with them.
Democracy is important because without it our lives would not be fair and we wouldn’t be able to vote.
No one is above the law, everyone has to follow the law. All laws have to be fair.
It is a feeling that someone or something is good, valuable or important shared between two people.
The Rule of Law means to keep the law, no matter what. If you break the law, you must be sentenced to prison for a certain amount of time, depending on how bad a crime you did.
Being willing to accept or put up with other people’s behaviour, even if you don’t agree with them.
This is important because it provides freedom to citizens and it gives people a comfortable life.
The English word democracy was first found in the sixteenth century. Some people think it’s cool.
This is important because without it our lives wouldn’t be fair and we wouldn’t be able to vote.
Tolerance is important to our country because when our parliament is coming to a decision, the members of parliament have to tolerate the other side of the argument.
Democracy is important because it makes sure that everybody gets a chance to vote on what goes on in the country.
In England, everybody has the right to vote if they are over 18.
Tolerance is very important because you can build self confidence and not feel worried.
When you make mistakes tolerance is good because you will learn and become better.
The Rule of Law is important because it means that we have a civilised country! If we did not have the law, there would be people running around killing and stealing.
I strongly believe that we should respect all faiths and we should not harm them.
In my opinion, mutual respect is important because if we hurt other religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism) wars will happen. All innocent people want is peace.
As well a being nice to all religions, we should be nice to people with no religion, who are called atheists.