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Aisling Hubert began criminal proceedings against two doctors who were filmed offering 'gender-abortion'.

In 2012, undercover reporters from the Daily Telegraph filmed two doctors agreeing to abortions simply because the babies were girls. 

Sarah KutehSarah Kuteh is a Christian nurse who was fired by the NHS, for talking to patients about her faith and occasionally offering prayer, while helping them to prepare for surgery.

Sarah's job involved asking about patients' faith, as part of a pre-assessment questionnaire. 

Vicky Allen

Vicky Allen is a teaching assistant who was disciplined for answering a student’s question on same-sex relationships.

With help from the Christian Legal Centre, the school has now apologised to Vicky for the upset caused by the disciplinary process. 

Christian family adoption block

A Christian couple were told they could not adopt their two foster children, because of their "concerning" views that the children needed a mother and father.

With help from the Christian Legal Centre, a council has told the couple it will now reconsider their application.

Family Case Bethany ImageA Christian family fear, that unless they allow their 14-year-old daughter 'Bethany' to change her name to 'Gary', (names changed for legal reasons in order to protect the anonymity of the child) that she might be taken into foster care.

Barry Trayhorn is an ordained Pentecostal minister who was forced to resign from his post as a gardener at HMP Littlehey, after a complaint was made about Bible verses he quoted at a prison chapel service where he volunteered.

Barry comments: "I am being punished simply for daring to say what the Bible says."

Felix NgoleFelix Ngole is a Christian student who has been removed from his university social work course after he made comments on his personal Facebook page in support of biblical teaching on marriage and sexual ethics. Felix was told that, by posting his comments on Facebook, he "may have caused offence to some individuals" and had "transgressed boundaries which are not deemed appropriate for someone en

In November, Christian street preacher Michael Jones was charged with two counts of religiously aggravated offense for comments he made whilst open-air preaching in Beverley, near Hull. Michael denied both counts.

Richard Page, a Christian magistrate, was disciplined by a Cabinet minister and England’s highest judge for saying that a child’s best interests lie in being raised by a mother and a father.

In March 2015, street evangelist Mike Overd was convicted of a public order offence for using the 'wrong' Bible verse in public.

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