Christians in Cheltenham mocked at work
CHRISTIANS in Cheltenham say they have been mocked for their beliefs at work, following a landmark discrimination ruling.
This week the European Court of Human Rights ruled that British Airways employee Nadia Eweida suffered discrimination at work.
BA forced the 60-year-old to stop wearing her gold cross visibly.
A number of Christians in Cheltenham say they have been insulted at work.
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Dave Hambling, from Naunton Park, said: "I have been called a bible basher by two managers in previous jobs."
The 30-year-old, who is now a social worker for the county council, added: "Discrimination has been a problem in the past."
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