Lib Dem MP: Hiding faith is 'silly'

Senior Liberal Democrat MP Sir Alan Beith has denied that Christians in the UK are being persecuted by equality laws, calling the tendency of some Christians to hide their faith because of such laws ‘silly’.

The former deputy party leader said Christians were not being persecuted, but that poor interpretations of equality rules led some officials to assume...

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