That's what I mean.
If you accept one version of supernatural belief as real and even give it special status, it makes it much harder to say other supernatural beliefs are not real. I know governments and countries do that all the time (see Israel, Iran and Saudi Arabia) but the UK is trying to be a modern, secular-ish, rational country, not a dictatorship or a theocracy.
Similar to Israel, where they are trying to balance the whole "Jewish state" thing with the fact that most Jews there are actually secular and lots of the truly religious people aren't Jewish! No wonder the center cannot hold.
I also find it interesting that neither Israel nor the UK has a democratic constitution. Could it be that you can't easily call yourself a democracy and still privilege one religion over all others?