UK Chaplain Sues College For Discrimination After His Dismissal For a Sermon Questioning LGBT Policy
Newsweek. "Regardless of specific Christian beliefs, it was also a matter of fundamental human rights to freedom of conscience and expression."The action Randall is now pursuing against the school is under the Equality Act of 2010.He is suing the school at an Employment Tribunal, a type of UK court that specializes in employment disputes."Ironically it's the same law that protects against discrimination that Educate and Celebrate claimed to be upholding," Randall said, noting it protects against discrimination on grounds of sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marriage, gender, reassignment, race, pregnancy, and religion and belief.In September 2018, Barnes conducted the staff training at the school where Randall raised concerns.