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Woman to fight on to wear cross
Nadia Eweida
Ms Eweida said she was standing up for her faith
A British Airways worker has vowed to continue her fight to openly wear a cross necklace at Heathrow Airport.

Nadia Eweida, 55, has been on unpaid leave since her bosses said she could not visibly wear her cross at the check-in counter.

She attended a final appeal against the airline's ruling at Heathrow.

No decision was made and Ms Eweida said she hoped to hear from the airline in the next week about whether she can return to her old job.




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