The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) is today hearing the cases of four British Christians who say they have been discriminated against because of their faith.
They include a sex therapist who refused to treat a gay couple, two women who were told by their employers not to wear their crosses at work, and a registrar who wouldn't conduct civil partnerships.
They are being supported by Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali. Speaking to the Today programme on BBC Radio 4, he said he felt recent legislation has unfairly singled out Christians.
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