There's seems to be confusion amongst certain people about this whole Marks & Spencers/Muslim non-story. Some people have erroneously likened this to the time those Christians refused entry to a gay couple in their B&B, when of course, any fool knows that the B&B refused all service to a couple on religious grounds while M&S are not refusing service to anyone at all. One is discriminatory behaviour, the other isn't (sadly, you can't say you've been discriminated against for simply being served by 'someone else'). There's a world of difference between refusal of service and using a different checkout.
Some readers are also saying that people shouldn't work in places where they might have to do things that go against their beliefs, when of course, they're aware that this applies to all religions, not just Muslims. If you want to ban religion, that's another discussion. We're sure most complainants wouldn't mind working Christmas day on a normal rate for a non-Christian boss if that was the case.
But this is Britain right? There's some confusion about Marks & Spencer's being a standard-bearer for all that's British. That'd be M&S, founded by Michael Marks, a refugee Jewish man from Belarus. Takes all sorts of people doesn't it to make things happen, doesn't it?
Anyway, we felt the need to clear all this up because after the non-boycott and we got the impression some people felt hard done to by Muslims who work in supermarkets. With that, we've created a handy flow chart which you can print off and use when you feel like your rights are being impeded by Muslims in major supermarkets.