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Duke Amachree

Duke Amachree, a homelessness prevention officer for Wandsworth Council, was suspended after suggesting to a client who was suffering from an incurable illness that doctors did not have all the answers, and for asking her whether she had tried putting her faith in God. He was then later sacked for gross misconduct. An employment tribunal rejected his claim for unfair dismissal and discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief in August 2010.

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  • July 12th, 2011
    A Christian MP, Gary Streeter, is arranging for an inquiry to be held over the autumn looking at discrimination against Christians in the UK. The inquiry comes amidst increasing concern over the erosion of religious freedom in the UK and will examine how the law currently affects believers.
  • December 20th, 2010
    72% of the public say that Christians should be able to refuse to act against their conscience without being penalised by their employer.
  • December 16th, 2010
    Article by Andrea Minichiello Williams – CEO Christian Concern In Acts 17 we find the apostle Paul publicly addressing the Athenians with the gospel
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