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On Friday 18th July, Lord Falconer's Assisted Dying Bill will be debated in the House of Lords at its Second Reading.
Please join 'Not Dead Yet', a network of disabled people, for a rally outside Parliament on the 18th as Peers debate and vote on the Bill. The rally will take place opposite the Peers’ Entrance to the House of Lords (Old Palace Yard) from 9:30am to 7pm.
On Monday 30th June, a High Court judge considered whether fresh evidence from the Mayor of London’s office shows that Boris Johnson personally ordered Transport for London to ban a bus advert by Christian charity, Core Issues Trust, and whether he did so for an improper purpose during his re-election campaign in 2012.
Judgment in the case has been adjourned for a later date.
A Christian occupational therapist has been disciplined for praying for a Muslim colleague, despite being encouraged by the colleague to talk about her faith.
Victoria Wasteney is being supported by the Christian Legal Centre in her Appeal for discrimination and harassment on grounds of religion or belief.
On Wednesday 25th June, the Court of Appeal heard the case of Christian Legal Centre, Nohad Halawi, who was dismissed from her job at Heathrow airport after her comments were incorrectly perceived by Muslim colleagues as being offensive to Islam.
Judgment in the case has been reserved until a later date.
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