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Nearly three-quarters of the British public (73 per cent) would like an end to state funded schools selecting pupils on the basis of religion or belief.
Michael Black and John Morgan have won a legal case which they brought after they were refused a room at a Berkshire Bed and Breakfast because they are a gay couple.
Speakers from the English Gypsy and Irish Traveller Movement have addressed a National Union of Journalists' conference meeting about Leveson.
The case of Michael Black and John Morgan was heard today (17 September) in Reading County Court.The couple were refused accommodation at a B&B in 2010.
The Mexican authorities have failed to protect women from increasing levels of violence and discrimination, says Amnesty International.
Amnesty has called on the Ukrainian parliament to reject draft laws which it says are a direct assault on lesbian, gay, bisexual and inter-sex people’s rights
In February 2012, an employment tribunal in England ruled that it was acceptable for a Christian worker to lose her job for refusing to work on Sundays. Savi Hensman explores the complex issues behind this case.
Civil rights advocates are expressing puzzlement at a new report from Christians in Parliament which claims that Christians are victims of legal and other prejudice in Britain.