British vegans may get the same protection against discrimination as that enjoyed by practitioners of traditional religions if legislation championed by the UK's equality minister passes Parliament, reports the London Times. The minister, Harriet Hartman, is following a code of practice drawn up by Britain's Equality & Human Rights Commission, which defines a faith that qualifies for such protection as “any religious belief or philosophical belief” that “affect[s] how a person lives ...
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