Christian electrician who quit NHS job after sharing views on gay marriage is granted right to sue

A Christian electrician has been granted the right to sue the NHS for discrimination by arguing that his opposition to gay marriage amounts to a religious belief.

Brian Walker, who worked at Southmead Hospital in Bristol before resigning in 2020, claims he was treated unfairly by the health service for expressing ‘traditional biblical’ views to colleagues.

The North Bristol NHS Trust ordered Mr Walker to undertake equality and diversity training and gave him a final written warning after a…

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