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BBC Radio Sussex: Nadia Eweida, a British Airways eployee, was suspended for wearing a cross at work

Nadia Eweida, former Christian Legal Centre client, was suspended from her job at British Airways when she refused to remove her cross.

She tells BBC Radio Sussex: "I was prevented from wearing my cross because it was not uniform standards, and yet I had colleagues passing through...wearing hijabs and seek bangles."

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04/04/2017
1m 57s

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