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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.


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