Well, this is an unusally happy ending.
Margaret Forester passed the booklet to family planning staff at the health centre where she works because she felt that the NHS was not offering patients enough information about the risks associated with terminating a pregnancy.
But Ms Forester, 39, said she was suspended from her job as a psychological wellbeing practitioner based in Westminster because managers at Central North West London Mental Health Trust disagreed with her personal beliefs.
It would appear that not only has she been reinstated, but also offered a better job:
She was today offered a better position in a different location to her previous job in Westminster following the intervention of the Christian Legal Centre. She has accepted the position.
Ms Forrester said she was “pleased” with the outcome, saying it was a “victory for freedom of speech”.
Don’t often see a resolution as positive as this. Make the most of it.