Judge tells doctor it is 'inappropriate' to say he is a Christian at work
Dr David Drew, 64, told an employment tribunal that he was made to feel like a "religious maniac" after sending out the prayer by St Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, to motivate his department.
But Employment Judge David Kearsley ruled that if complaints were made about Muslim or Hindu doctors who had quoted from holy texts, they too would be asked to refrain from such behaviour.
Similarly, if an atheist consultant caused unease by trying to educate his colleagues about "the works of Richard Dawkins or Christopher Hitchens", he or she would be treated in the same way, the judge said....
Mike wrote: Haven't you heard? Freedom is what judges decide it is.
Judges need to learn to stick to the laws. I know this is in the UK, but still. It is everyone's right to have their faith as long as they are not physically hurting anyone else. Or, imposing their laws on another country. Like the Muslims and Sharia law.