01 April 2015
Bakeries and supermarkets across the country are being asked by religious leaders not to promote discrimination by selling hot cross buns.
The multi-faith work party F.A.P.S. (Faiths Against Product Separatism) said:
"This is another instance where discrimination between faiths becomes apparent" they continued to state "We are asking bakers up and down the country to include the iconography of all the major faiths or simply make non-denominational buns".
Bridport Radio asked if this would just confuse non-secular buyers. "Not at all" we were told "People could simply ask for hot buns."
When asked, local bakery Leakers said they had no comment at the currant time.