No Right to Religious Bigotry
In a welcome decision, the Employment Appeals Tribunals has ruled that legislation outlawing religious discrimination does not protect Bible-bashers who want to discriminate against others.
The EAT made its decision following on from the case of London Borough of Islington v Ladele, which Stroppyblog has reported on previously.
Hurrah. Workers do not have nearly enough rights. But the one right they should not have is the "right" to use religious beliefs as a pretext to oppress other workers or services users.
Whether you would want to get relationship guidance from someone who thinks you are a mortal sinner is another matter, of course.