The definition of “religion” in the Equality Act 2010 is very wide in its scope and covers “any religion, religious belief or philosophical belief”. Religion Provisions of the Equality Act
Direct religious discrimination is where an employer treats someone less favourably than someone of a different religion because of religion or belief. Direct Religious Discrimination
Direct discrimination that occurs because of an employee’s association with someone of a different religion is unlawful. Direct Religious Discrimination
Direct religious discrimination based on a mistaken perception that the victim is of a particular religion is also unlawful. Direct Religious Discrimination
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