In an interview with Calvin Robinson for GB News, Ben likens “his being escorted out of the building and waiting for his personal things to be fetched” to his experience in Poland during his youth under the oppression of communism. The video of Ben’s interview can be seen here.
Leading religious and human rights barrister, Paul Diamond, is helping Ben to take legal action against the school on the grounds of unfair dismissal. Paul Diamond has a long track record of supporting freedom of religion, speech and expression in a number of high-profile cases, and has also defended the sanctity of human life in cases involving abortion and gendercide. He has been a defender of parental rights, supporting parents in Birmingham and Wales in separate cases that challenged children as young as 3 being taught LGBT ideology; and also one of the barristers involved in the Alfie Evans case, and the barrister to the “Keep Sunday Special Campaign”.
Ben is also launching a major campaign to end discrimination against those professing Christian beliefs and views. He is appealing for support both for his legal fight and his new campaign, which you can provide by visiting his website from this link – Ben Dybowski | Teacher sacked from an Anglican high school for daring to express Christian views.