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British Gary McFarlane, a marriage counselor in Bristol who was sacked for saying he objects to offering sex therapy to homosexuals, and Shirley Chaplin, a nurse who says she suffered discrimination at work over wearing a cross, pose for photographs in central London on January 15, 2013, after the European Court of Human Rights refused to rule that they suffered discrimination at work over their Christian beliefs. The ECHR judges rejected Chaplin's case on the grounds that the removal of her necklace was deemed necessary to protect the health and safety of nurses and patients. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)
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British Gary McFarlane, a marriage counselor in Bristol who was sacked for saying he objects to offering sex therapy to homosexuals, and Shirley Chaplin, a nurse who says she suffered discrimination at work over wearing a cross, pose for photographs in central London on January 15, 2013, after the European Court of Human Rights refused to rule that they suffered discrimination at work over their Christian beliefs. The ECHR judges rejected Chaplin's case on the grounds that the removal of her necklace was deemed necessary to protect the health and safety of nurses and patients. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT (Photo credit should read CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 15, 2013
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