Devout Christian who was thrown out of university social work course after he posted ‘homosexuality is a sin’ on Facebook to appeal

The human right to free speech could be at risk if a ruling against a devout Christian kicked off his university course for ‘anti-gay’ comments is not overturned, the former student will argue in the High Court next week.

Felix Ngole, a devout Christian from Barnsley, Yorkshire, was forced to leave his two-year social work masters at Sheffield University after he posted ‘homosexuality is a sin’ to Facebook.

The 40-year-old argued he had been unfairly punished for sharing his Christian believes and his removal from the course breached his human right to freedom of speech and thought, enshrined in the Europeans Convention on Human Rights.

Only Muslims can get away with this in GB.