PROBE AS POLICE CLASH OVER GAYS
POLICE chiefs have ordered an investigation into the expression of religious beliefs in their ranks after a row between gay and Christian colleagues.
Officers could be banned from voicing opinions based on their faith if colleagues are likely to take offence.
The Association of Chief Police Officers is expected to issue guidelines following the review's completion.
A source said: "We've had one dispute already and a row between two different religious groups would be more damaging, so it's best to nip it in the bud."