Prior to yesterday’s ruling at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), I was hoping that we would get some legal clarity on the issues of religious freedom that had been presented. If anything I was hoping for this more… Read More ›
Profiling the four Christian freedom of religion cases at the European Court of Human Rights – ruling Tuesday 15th January
We’ve been waiting years to get to this point and finally the ruling is almost upon us. Yesterday the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) announced that it will be giving its ruling on the four freedom of religion cases involving British Christians on Tues… Read More ›
Profiling the four Christian freedom of religion cases at the European Court of Human Rights next week
This is big. Four Christians who have all lost cases relating to freedom of religion in the UK courts will be going to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) next Tuesday (4th September) seeking to have their judgements overturned. … Read More ›
Cameron says “people can wear religious emblems at work”, so what’s bugging me?
As most people seem to be aware of by now last Wednesday David Cameron was asked by David Davis MP during Prime Minister’s Question time why the Government was not supporting the case of Nadia Eweida at the European Court… Read More ›