BBC News - British Airways Christian employee Nadia Eweida wins case
Verdicts today in 4 cases citing religious discrimination.
1 was successful where a BA employee argued that she should be allowed to wear a cross to work. It was unsurprising it was successful as BA themselves altered their uniform code 4 years ago to allow it. But the point was a good one to pursue and you have to admire her for it.
2 others were rejected, both of which seem pretty spurious on the face of it (basically 2 people employed to provide a service refused or threatened to refuse providing that service to gay people and objected to being let go).
The more debatable one was a nurse who wanted to wear a cross to work having the ban on doing so upheld on health and safety rules. This would seem to indicate there's still a grey area where h&s risks may be viewed by employers as outweighing the rights to religious expression. Again it's pretty much open and shut, but it does mean that future cases will be on the cards.