Religious discrimination

A test carried out by the BBC has found that a job seeker with an English name was offered triple the number of interviews
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
A Scientology follower has lost a High Court fight for the right to marry in a chapel of her Church's religion. Louisa Hodkin
Muslims, pagans and members of Christian sects such as Mormons or Jehovah’s Witnesses are most likely to experience "substantial
People with strong religious beliefs are free to express their faith privately but cannot insist their employer accommodate
Four British Christians who claim they were sacked because of their religious beliefs will attempt to prove they have been