BUSINESSES CAN STOP WORKERS WEARING RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS

The EU’s top court has ruled employers can stop workers from wearing religious symbols.

It’s after security company G4S sacked a woman in Belgium who refused to take off an Islamic headscarf.

Judges ruled it didn’t constitute direct discrimination.

Sky’s Europe correspondent Mark Stone says it’s not the end of the matter and that religious groups will resist the move.

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