A Christian NHS worker has lost another court appeal in her legal battle following her sharing her faith at work.
Victoria Wasteney is the former Head of Forensic Occupational Therapy at a London hospital and was suspended in June 2013 for 'gross misconduct' for nine months.
Following that she said she received a written warning following allegations of 'harassment and bullying' by a Muslim staff-member.
Her Muslim colleague had written an eight-page letter of complaint which contained allegations that Wasteney had been attempting to convert her to the Christian faith. It was said that she had asked her to pray and had given her a book about a Muslim woman converting to Christianity.