Are Christians really marginalised in this country? – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted September 10th, 2012 in belief discrimination, Christianity, human rights, news by tracey

“We will have to wait some time before Strasbourg hands down its judgment in the religious discrimination cases it heard earlier this week. Whatever the outcome – which is perhaps predictable – the Court’s ruling will have a significant influence on the place of religion in public life and on how the relationship between religion and the state should be structured to reflect the aims of fairness and mutual respect envisaged in the Convention.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 7th September 2012