[British Airways] worker who won cross necklace case now says she's being bullied by airline


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It is alleged they treated her rudely and harshly in the wake of the furore.

Among the reported episodes was an incident in March 2017 when Ms Eweida was denied a break after experiencing strain on her eyes in the wake of an operation.

They would have had more credibility if they banned all religious symbols and imposed a French laicite policy but they didn’t. The airline is likely run by a bunch of cowards. I can’t imagine why people believe there’s a double standard.

As the ECHR itself observed: “Other BA employees had previously been authorised to wear items of religious clothing such as turbans and hijabs without any negative impact on BA’s brand or image.”


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