Here is a link to an article featuring comments on the suspension of Rachel Booth, a dinner lady from his home town of Preston. Ms Booth attended a ‘March Against Hate’ rally in support of the children killed and injured in the Manchester bombing. 

Ms Booth’s image was caught up in social media imagery after the March was infiltrated by far right protestors and her employer, a primary school suspended her, leading to abuse and her suffering stress. The article addresses the complex balancing act which employers need to undertake and warns against ‘knee jerk’ suspensions which can lead to constructive dismissal claims.