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Eweida v British Airways Plc

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld an employment tribunal finding that a Christian employee, who was sent home when she insisted on wearing a cross visibly, in breach of the employer's uniform policy, did not suffer indirect discrimination.

British Airways Plc (BA) had a uniform policy that allowed jewellery or religious items to be visible only if wearing the item was a mandatory scriptural requirement and it could not be concealed.