Trust lifts ban on volunteers carrying out public-facing duties at Norfolk stately home if they refuse to wear badges

The National Trust has reversed a decision to bar volunteers from public-facing duties at a Norfolk stately home if they refuse to wear rainbow gay pride badges.

Staff at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk were offered behind-the-scenes roles after saying they were “uncomfortable” wearing the sexual equality symbols and lanyards for a “Prejudice and Pride” event marking 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality.

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