A Christian who was sacked as an NHS boss after comments against same-sex adoption has lost a legal bid to be reinstated in the role.

Richard Page, 71, went to an employment tribunal claiming discrimination, harassment and victimisation against the NHS Trust Development Authority.

He said the ruling was disappointing and he would appeal against it.

His comments about same-sex adoption in a BBC television interview also led to him being sacked as a magistrate.

Mr Page, from Headcorn in Kent, spoke to the BBC after he disagreed with his fellow magistrates over placing a child for adoption with same-sex parents.

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