Looking back at the last week, my employment news highlight comes from comments made by David Cameron at PM’s Question Time. He commented that he ‘fully supported the right of people to wear religious symbols at work, I think it is absolutely a vital religious freedom’. This is particularly interesting given that the case of Nadia Eweida (BA cabin crew – sent home for wearing a crucifix – brought religious discimination claim – lost at ET, EAT and COA) progresses to the ECHR this September. Too late for Ms Eweida, but Mr Cameron is suggesting that there may be a change to the law to make it clear that people can wear religious emblems at work. Another U-turn by the government given their opposition to Ms Eweida’s application to the ECHR ??