Is this yet another case of the government overreacting and focussing on the wrong things without fully understanding what they are dealing with? David Cameron pledges on Prime Minister’s Questions to “change the law” to allow religious symbols to be worn at work following discussion of the case of Nadia Eweida whose case is now being presented before the European Court of Human Rights, as she claims religious discrimination against BA regarding visibly wearing her crucifix necklace at work. Given that it isn’t a religious requirement of her faith to wear a crucifx and that no one ever said she couldn’t wear it at work just that it needed to not be visible I personally fail to see what change in legislation this case could possiby prompt that would be of any benefit?

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