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A council may stop helping to pay for Christmas lighting displays because they are not politically correct.
The council is proposing to halve its £10,000 donation to fund lights in market towns and eventually do away with it altogether.
A decision to call Christmas lights "Winter Lights" in south London has been condemned as showing a "total lack of respect" for Christians.
In three of Lambeth's main town centres, the lights were referred to as "Winter Lights", while in a fourth they were called "Celebrity Lights".
The council spokeswoman said an official was concerned about people from other religions.