November 25, 2013
A LEADING radio station for Christian listeners has gone on the offensive after it was banned by the Court of Appeal from broadcasting an advertisement calling on people to report incidents of discrimination in the workplace involving their faith.
Premier Christian Radio, which claims to be “Britain’s biggest Christian broadcaster”, has taken a full page advert in today’s Telegraph newspaper in protest of the court’s ruling.
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