This mornings Belfast Telegraph:am - not online - has a front page story describing how a Fair Employment Tribunal awarded a teacher £8,250 compensation for religious discrimination.
Ballykelly Primary School in Londonderry selected 4 teachers for redundancy - all protestant. Catholic teachers who had taught at the school for less time than the complainant did not lose their jobs.
" A Fair Employment Tribunal ruled the former P3 teacher had suffered discrimination after Catholic pupils began outnumbering protestants at the school.
One of the redundancy priorities at the school, proposed by Limavady parish priest governor Fr Michael Collins, was centred round the school's "ethos", which said staffing should be in line with the religious mix of the pupils.