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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. 

Richard Page was removed as a magistrate for saying that a child’s best interests lie in being raised by a mother and a father.

Izzy MontagueIzzy Montague was one of many parents who raised concern when her son’s primary school began promoting LGBT issues to children as young as five, not allowing parents to opt their children out. When she met with the school’s executive headteacher, another teacher attending the meeting wore a t-shirt with the provocative message: “Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you could just be quiet?”

Felix NgoleFelix Ngole, a Christian student, was 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 entering the Social Work profession."<

‘Sarah’ (not her real name) is a survivor of an Islamic sex-grooming gang. Kidnapped at age 15, she was rescued from a horrendous 12-year ordeal after having been subjected to numerous rapes and beatings, three forced sharia marriages, and eight involuntary abortions.

Paul SongPastor Paul Song served as a volunteer chaplain for 19 years at HM Prison Brixton, running several internationally respected Christian courses and bringing many prisoners to Christ. After a Muslim imam took over as Senior Chaplain in 2015, Paul was restricted and then banned from ministering in the prison.

Nigel and Sally RoweNigel and Sally Rowe are parents who are challenging their sons’ former Church of England primary school after the school’s board implied that ‘misgendering’ a child could be considered a form of bullying.

Ian SleeperIan Sleeper, a street preacher, was arrested outside Southwark Cathedral after displaying placards depicting love for Muslims and criticising the ideology of Islam. He was then held for 13 hours in a police cell before being released on bail with strict conditions being imposed on him preventing him from entering the Southwark Borough.

Joshua SutcliffeJoshua Sutcliffe, a maths teacher, was disciplined after ‘misgendering’ a student when he said "well done girls" to a group of students that included a pupil born female but identifying as male. His comment was alleged to have been discriminatory and in breach of the school’s equality policy.

Mike Overd, together with another street preacher, Michael Stockwell, has been convicted of a 'religiously aggravated' public order offence, following their arrest in July 2016. He and his friends had been preaching in a Bristol shopping area and responding to questions, objections and abuse.

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