Saturday, November 25, 2006

Justitia Facta Est!

"British Airways is to lift its ban on workers openly wearing small crosses after an unprecedented backlash from MPs, bishops and customers," The Times reports.

"BA made the decision after 100 MPs and 14 bishops joined a campaign of support for Nadia Eweida, a check-in worker who lost an employment appeal to wear a tiny cross. It comes after condemnation by the Archbishop of Canterbury and a threat from the Church of England to sell its £9 million stake in the airline."

Read it all here


Warwickensis said...

So the C of E will stand up for something then!

Abu Daoud said...

Thank God.

Even most Islamic governments do not ban the wearing of a small, personal cross.