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Three British Christians who claimed their religious rights were violated by employers have been told by Europe's most senior
A leading Christian activist, whose charity backed the controversial discrimination cases at the European Court of Human
Christians should be able to wear the symbols of their religion without being discriminated against, the Archbishop of York
Nadia Eweida has been continuously employed by BA for 13 years But three other claimants lost their cases, including that
The Leader of the House of Commons has insisted the Government was right to contest a European legal challenge over religious