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No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook

A campaign to re-instate a dinner lady sacked for gross misconduct is growing online. Nita O’Dell, 54, had worked at the Billesley Primary School in Birmingham for almost 21 years. On her Facebook, she had shared a meme that read “Guide dog for a Muslim woman. It’s called a Barka.” Variations of this meme have

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No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook

A campaign to re-instate a dinner lady sacked for gross misconduct is growing online. Nita O’Dell, 54, had worked at the Billesley Primary School in Birmingham for almost 21 years. On her Facebook, she had shared a meme that read “Guide dog for a Muslim woman. It’s called a Barka.” Variations of this meme have

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No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook

A campaign to re-instate a dinner lady sacked for gross misconduct is growing online. Nita O’Dell, 54, had worked at the Billesley Primary School in Birmingham for almost 21 years. On her Facebook, she had shared a meme that read “Guide dog for a Muslim woman. It’s called a Barka.” Variations of this meme have

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No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

No, a dinner lady was not sacked for sharing burqa joke on Facebook

A campaign to re-instate a dinner lady sacked for gross misconduct is growing online. Nita O’Dell, 54, had worked at the Billesley Primary School in Birmingham for almost 21 years. On her Facebook, she had shared a meme that read “Guide dog for a Muslim woman. It’s called a Barka.” Variations of this meme have

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Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’

A Muslim man had to abandon his National Express journey  early after a passenger complained to staff. The incident took place last Thursday, according to a report in the Bristol Post. A spokesman for National Express suggested the complaints concerned his ‘bulky’ luggage. The passenger then left Bristol Coach Station after refusing to store luggage

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Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’

A Muslim man had to abandon his National Express journey  early after a passenger complained to staff. The incident took place last Thursday, according to a report in the Bristol Post. A spokesman for National Express suggested the complaints concerned his ‘bulky’ luggage. The passenger then left Bristol Coach Station after refusing to store luggage

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Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’

A Muslim man had to abandon his National Express journey  early after a passenger complained to staff. The incident took place last Thursday, according to a report in the Bristol Post. A spokesman for National Express suggested the complaints concerned his ‘bulky’ luggage. The passenger then left Bristol Coach Station after refusing to store luggage

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Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’
December 7, 2015 By Tell Mama

Muslim man removed from National Express coach because passenger felt ‘uncomfortable’

A Muslim man had to abandon his National Express journey  early after a passenger complained to staff. The incident took place last Thursday, according to a report in the Bristol Post. A spokesman for National Express suggested the complaints concerned his ‘bulky’ luggage. The passenger then left Bristol Coach Station after refusing to store luggage

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Teacher in Rotherham Under Police Investigation for Alleged Anti-Muslim Bigotry
December 6, 2015 By Tell Mama

Teacher in Rotherham Under Police Investigation for Alleged Anti-Muslim Bigotry

A TEACHER at a school in Rotherham is under police investigation after it was reported that he called a 14-year-old boy a “terrorist” in a lesson three days after the Paris attacks. The parents of Aman Ghani filed a complaint to Clifton Community School after their son returned home “tearful and distraught”. They claim he

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Teacher in Rotherham Under Police Investigation for Alleged Anti-Muslim Bigotry
December 6, 2015 By Tell Mama

Teacher in Rotherham Under Police Investigation for Alleged Anti-Muslim Bigotry

A TEACHER at a school in Rotherham is under police investigation after it was reported that he called a 14-year-old boy a “terrorist” in a lesson three days after the Paris attacks. The parents of Aman Ghani filed a complaint to Clifton Community School after their son returned home “tearful and distraught”. They claim he

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