Two British women are suing their employers for religious discrimination: one is a British Airways employee who refused to remove her cross pendant; the other is a school teacher who refused to remove her face veil. Here's the Gaurdian article, and here is Al Hayat article in Arabic. It's worth noting that the latter report mentions that British Muslim leaders have sided with the school against the teacher. They argued that a Muslim woman is not required to cover her head or mouth in front of children and that covering her face prevents the kids from hearing her properly. This reaction is not reported in The Guardian, which mentions, though, that a conservative politician is asking Christians to boycott British Airways in protest.
Just recently I gave the example of a woman wearing the niqab and teaching my first grader as problematic. That hypothetical case is now a court case.