Christians claim discrimination at European Court

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Four British Christians went to the European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday claiming discrimination.

They include two people banned from having their crucifixes on show at work, a registrar who refused to carry out civil partnerships and a relationship counsellor who lost his job when he said he would struggle to give sex therapy to gay couples.

5 liveBreakfast aksed the counsellor, Gary McFarlane, why it was a problem.

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