I have two questions. Firstly, what right does an employer have to police the political views of its employees? Secondly, when Inayat Bunglawala, of the Muslim Council of Britain says that:
does he consider it relevant that this lady never expressed a public view until "outed" by an undercover journalist?
Questions need to be asked about how someone in that position can be allowed to abuse that position to promote the BNP
It seems clear Ms. Clark knows more about ballet than politics, but freedom of opinion means nothing if it does not include the right to be wrong.