Right – I’m trying to get my head around the Ladele appeal ruling which can be found here. Before I begin, I think I should point out that I consider myself to be quite fair in these matters and I …

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You might remember the story of Gary MacFarlane who was sacked as a Relate counsellor because he refused to counsel homosexual couples. We carried the story back in January of the Employment Tribunal where it was ruled that MacFarlane was …

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You may have seen the Gary McFarlane case in the media yesterday. This report from CCFON sums up the story: Gary McFarlane, a relationship counsellor, won a claim for wrongful dismissal against Relate Avon. He was sacked because his Christian …

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Read this story from the Norwich Evening News. A constable who accused Norfolk police of promoting gay rights over religious beliefs has been sacked from the force for misconduct. PC Graham Cogman, from Sea Palling, had previously been disciplined after …

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As regards the possibility of Jeffrey John becoming Bishop of Bangor, it might be worth reviewing the conversations on this blog last summer after the Priddis / Reaney case. As you remember, Reaney took Priddis, the Bishop of Hereford, to …

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