Four British Christians with religious discrimination claims at the European Court of Human Rights have been backed by the UK’s equality watchdog.

The claimants include an airline worker who was prevented from wearing a cross and a relationship counsellor who refused to deal with gay couples.

The Equality and Human Rights Commission said judges had interpreted equality law “too narrowly”.

This made it difficult for employers to protect freedom of religion, it added.

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