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Old 09-04-2012, 06:47 AM
 
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It seems that there are Christians out there that feel they are discriminated against in the UK. It appears the UK is no longer a Christian country.

Here is the article stating there are Christians being discriminated against:

Christians take 'beliefs' fight to European Court of Human Rights

Four British Christians who claim they lost their jobs as a result of discrimination against their beliefs are taking their cases to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).

They include an airline worker stopped from wearing a cross and a counsellor who refused to deal with gay couples.

All four lost separate employment tribunals relating to their beliefs.

BBC News - Christians take 'beliefs' fight to European Court of Human Rights
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Old 09-04-2012, 07:44 AM
 
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It seems that there are Christians out there that feel they are discriminated against in the UK. It appears the UK is no longer a Christian country.

Here is the article stating there are Christians being discriminated against:

Christians take 'beliefs' fight to European Court of Human Rights

Four British Christians who claim they lost their jobs as a result of discrimination against their beliefs are taking their cases to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).

They include an airline worker stopped from wearing a cross and a counsellor who refused to deal with gay couples.

All four lost separate employment tribunals relating to their beliefs.

BBC News - Christians take 'beliefs' fight to European Court of Human Rights
Dunno, but basically sounds like the same issue as this one.

MUSLIM WOMAN SUES DISNEY FOR NOT ALLOWING HER TO WEAR HER HIJAB TO WORK

BTW, in the 2011 census, over 65% of the population in Britain indicated that they were not religious.
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