The UK’s Chief Coroner, Judge Mark Lucraft QC, has described the controversial ‘cab rank’ approach to burials adopted by one of his senior officers as “not capable of rational justification” and “not lawful”.
Religion & Belief
Human rights means societies must respect all religious beliefs, including the right not to believe. People must be free to practice a religion in private and public.
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Freedom to practice religion is sometimes limited at work
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A teacher said he was forced to resign from his job because the school wouldn't let him attend Friday prayers at a mosque during working hours. There was no violation of his right to freedom of religion, as he was bound by his contractual obligations.