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Comment 13 by nick keighley :

no.This isn't true. The banning of crosses seemed purely arbitary. Employers exercise a great deal of control over their employees as it is. This arbitary extension of power is unwarrented.

When were crosses every banned ? The examples, like BA, I have heard of were bans on jewellery being visible to the public. Standard employer uniform policy. No arbitrary extension of power. No brave new world.

Michael

Sun, 24 Jun 2012 23:03:43 UTC | #948024