British officials are encouraging people around the country to embrace their Christian faith during the holidays — even at work. “There are a lot of myths out there when it comes to dealing with religion at work. I want to put the record straight: It is OK to hold a party and send Christmas cards,” David Isaac, chairman of the national Equality and Human Rights Commission, told Sky News. Many employers celebrated Isaac’s comments because many feared their office Christmas

elebrations would offend employees of different religions. “Lots of employers have now become really worried about doing anything discriminatory regarding their Muslim or Jewish staff,” Isaac said. “Most Muslims and Jews that I know adhere to their own religious beliefs of course, but to some extent acknowledge that Christmas happens and to some extent, with a small ‘c’, celebrate it. READ MORE