(London Daily Mail) A Christian doctor who was sacked because he emailed a prayer to his colleagues has claimed hospital managers targeted him as an NHS whistleblower after he lost an appeal against his dismissal.
Consultant pediatrician Dr David Drew, 65, sent a 16th-century prayer by St Ignatius Loyola around his department in April 2009, hoping it would be motivational.
Dr Drew, who had an unblemished 37-year career in the NHS, was told to 'keep his religious beliefs to himself' by a review panel, which was called to investigate his conduct in March 2010.
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After refusing to accept their findings, he was sacked from Walsall Manor Hospital, where he worked as a clinical director.