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Maureen Martin

"I know God brought me through this situation and I cannot emphasise more the importance of Christians taking a stand when being discriminated against."

Maureen, a 2022 mayoral candidate in London, lost her job at a housing association for expressing her Christian beliefs on marriage on her election manifesto. Following its publication, complaints were made against her for ‘hate speech’.

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Ben Dybowski

"What's happening now in many companies and institutions in Britain reminds me of ruthless Communist policies that I witnessed as a young man in the Soviet-controlled Poland"

Ben, a Christian teacher in an Anglican school, was encouraged to talk about his beliefs on marriage in a 'safe space' - and then was accused of 'hate speech and was sacked the next day.

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Aaron Edwards

“Anyone concerned about Christian freedoms and free speech should be deeply concerned by what has happened to me.”

Aaron was sacked from his job as a college lecturer over a private account tweet referring to homosexuality in light of traditional Christian teaching. The college accused him of bringing the college ‘into disrepute’ and was threatened with a counter-terrorism referral by his employer”.

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Our campaign is about much more than defending Christians’ right to say openly what they believe in. It’s about common-sense.

It’s about protecting people, religious or not, from discrimination for saying traditional, rational beliefs.

That marriage is a union between a man and a woman.
That there are only two sexes: ‘God created them male and female’.
That some moral choices can be described as sinful.
That it takes more to be a woman or a man than just claiming you are one.

Just think: if Christians are not safe to express their views in a country who’s head swore he would “to the utmost of his power maintain the Laws of God and the true profession of the Gospel” and where the established church is Christian, WHO IS?

Remember: united we stand, divided we fall.

Together we can put a stop to the discrimination against Christians. United we can defend anyone who expresses traditional common-sense views.

No more sackings for believing that marriage is between a man and a woman.

No more disciplinary action for saying there are two sexes: male and female.

No more cancelling for pointing out that it takes more to be a woman or a man than simply claiming you are one.