Here is a link to a BBC news story today reporting the banning of prayers at a town council meeting in Bideford, Devon.
The essence of the discussion seems to go something like this:
Plaintiff: I don’t like the council praying – it impinges on my absolute right to freedom from religion
Defendant: We quite like praying – it’s part of our absolute right to exercise our religious freedom
Judge: Council – you may not exercise your freedom because it impinges on his freedom
Defendant: But what about our freedom?
Judge: There’s more of you – it’s not fair
Defendant: But suppose there are now more of those who want to exercise their absolute right to freedom from religion – we’re now in a minority of folks who aren’t allowed to exercise our absolute right to religious freedom. Their absolute right to freedom from religion is impinging our absolute right to religious freedom.