A British Airways employee fighting to openly wear a cross necklace at work has rejected a compromise deal.
Nadia Eweida, 55, said BA has offered her a job in recruitment where she would not have to conceal her cross.
The check-in worker, from Twickenham, south-west London, plans to sue BA for religious discrimination after being told to conceal her necklace.
The airline said its uniform policy stated such items could be worn if concealed underneath the uniform.
Ms Eweida told the BBC she did not see why she should compromise “when my colleagues of other faiths are there in public view in uniform and they are accepting of their religious apparel“.