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Manifestation of beliefs in the workplace: welcome guidance on proportionality

An article from Lewis Silken discussing the EAT decision in Higgs v. Farmor’s School which broaches the challenging issue of clashing views in the workplace, and specifically gender critical/religious beliefs and LGBT+ rights. In reaching its conclusion, the EAT  set out some helpful pointers regarding what factors will be taken into account in assessing the proportionality of any interference with the right to freedom of belief and expression.

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