BA worker loses discrimination case over cross…

January 9th, 2008 § 0 comments


The Guardian:

A British Airways worker who was suspended for wearing a cross around her neck to work has lost her case alleging religious discrimination.
Nadia Eweida, 56, from Twickenham in south-west London, took her case to an employment tribunal after complaining that a manager had banned her wearing the Christian symbol.

Nadia turned down £8500 to settle out of court, and then went and lost the tribunal.

Get over it woman!! Bloody hell, you’re worse than al-Fayed for not being able to let go. After you’re initial appeal BA changed to rules so you could show a cross. But, no. That’s not good enough for you. Is it?

“I’m speechless really because I went to the tribunal to seek justice,”

Never is justice when the decision goes against you, is it, love.

” I cannot be gagged about my faith. It’s not over until God says it’s over.”

Maybe God has said it’s over but he’s done it in a way that means “Pack it in woman. Your embarrassing me!”

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