"It is repugnant to generally accepted standards of morality to require someone to lie, especially about matters so concerned with their protected human
Employment Tribunal ruling against an
ultra-orthodox Jewish nursery that sacked a teacher for living with her boyfriend outside of wedlock
"The Ofsted inspector said there has to be toilet rolls. We said there are always toilet rolls but they are not always out - so what?"
Abdul Ghafoor Salloo defends a Muslim girls' school's policy of not providing toilet paper for "cultural reasons"
"Stifling debate is dangerous. We know these ignorant or dangerous views exist, but if you ignore them they don't go away. They fester. People feel a sense
of frustration that they don't have the freedom to express their views, which can lead to even more extreme views."
Hasan, head of Islamic studies at the Quilliam Foundation
"What a day, what a day for love, for equality, for respect."
Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull after the House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to legalise same-sex marriage, despite religious opposition