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Topic: Nadia Eweida

Mr Cameron said that if necessary, he will legislate to make it clear that people can wear religious symbols at work. So: when’s he going to do it?

Three out of four claimants who say their religious rights have been infringed have been rejected by Strasbourg. What about them, Mr Cameron?

European court rules on religious freedom cases

Out of the four British Christians who claimed discrimination only Nadia Eweida, employee of British Airways, won her appeal

With its crusade against crucifixes, our Government is doing a good job of destroying British culture

What a sad contrast with Italy

Judges are biased against Christians, says archbishop

Archbishop Smith says courts are wrongfully penalising Christians by incorrectly interpreting human rights laws