The Religious Discrimination and Remedies Bill has been placed on the internet today. It is a private member's Bill.
It mirrors the format of the sex and race discrimination legislation, making it an offence for employers to discriminate directly or indirectly against employees on grounds of religious belief or membership (or non-membership) of a religious group.
However, the Bill has no enforcement procedure. So employees cannot actually bring a claim anywhere to enforce their rights. Whoops!
Further, there is no definition section (eg 'employee' is undefined) and, despite the title, is completely silent about remedies.
The Bill can be seen here.