Muslim case

18th June 2004 at 01:00
Teenager Shabina Begum is looking for a new school after losing her High Court battle this week for the right to wear traditional Muslim "head-to-toe" dress in the classroom. The 15-year-old had accused the head and governors of Denbigh high, Luton, of unlawfully denying her the "right to education and to manifest her religious beliefs".

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