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Religious discrimination: Disciplinary action due to homophobic comments, not Christian beliefs

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    Trayhorn v Secretary of State for Justice EAT/0304/16 (0 other reports)

Trayhorn v Secretary of State for Justice EAT/0304/16

indirect religious discrimination | Christianity | homophobic comments

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that there was no religious discrimination when a Christian prison employee faced disciplinary action for quoting a passage from the bible and "speaking about homosexuality as a sin" during a chapel service.