He said: 'As male feminist I am perplexed by the double standards here.


'It's not just for religion. It can be for modesty hot full length prom dresses 2017 , cultural reasons. Who are we to say to women "you must be less modest at work, sorry".'


Ms Khan, a former Celebrity Big Brother contestant, told him: 'If a company decides it does not want political or religious embellishments at work... This is across the board. It affects everybody: Jewish people, Sikh, Christian. The ruling applies to everyone.


'(With this ruling), if I know a company won't accept things I'm really proud of, I just won't apply to that company. ' 


Mr Morgan then asked her: 'How would you feel if I said to you, before you go on air, "I don't like your jacket"?'


Ms Khan, 46, replied: 'This isn't about you saying to me, it's about a company that has policies. It's not about feeling, this is about a ruling. You cannot single out a person for wearing a religious outfit.'Piers Morgan clashed with Saira Khan in an extraordinary TV row as he accused her of supporting 'double standards' over the new EU ban on headscarves.


Loose Women host Saira Khan appeared on GMB this morning where she told Mr Morgan in a heated debate that she agreed companies should be able to ban headscarves in the workplace.


The European Court of Justice ruled yesterday that employers will be able to stop 'the visible wearing of any political, philosophical or religious sign' in the workplace.


But Mr Morgan accused Ms Khan - a British Muslim - of 'double standards', because he said headscarves represent more than religion and that employers should not dictate what women wear to work.


Mr Morgan, 51, then asked what would happen if a white woman wanted to wear a headscarf at work. 


Ms Khan said: 'The rule still applies,' to which Morgan replied: 'It doesn't' and Khan insisted: 'It does'. 


When Ms Karn said employers should then 'take a common sense approach', Mr Morgan replied: 'Your idea of common sense appears to be: If you are a Muslim woman wearing it for whatever reason, you're not allowed to wear Stylish Black Keen Length Bridesmaid Dress.



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'But if you're an English white woman, you're allowed to wear one because it's not religious.' 


At one point, he was so enraged that he said: 'It's not your show Saira. If you wouldn't mind letting me finish my sentence?' 


Ms Khan was invited on the show to debate with journalist Hanna Yusuf, who wears a headscarf and was arguing against the ruling.


She said: 'The ruling alienates people because it legitimises intolerant views and gives employers the chance to discriminate.'


She said the headscarf was 'reconciliation' of her Muslim background and European culture, but some people wore it for 'modesty or for spiritual thing.' 


Mr Morgan said no one could 'ever find it offensive' that Ms Yusuf was wearing a headscarf. 


He also added that women had been 'enraged' last month over Short Homecoming Dresses 2017 forcing staff to wear heels in the workplace - but did not seem to carry the same views when it came to headscarves. 


Viewers appeared to take Mr Morgan's side, taking to Twitter to praise his comments.


Eve Ginever-Parkin wrote: 'Don't often agree with @piersmorgan (if ever) but he's just put @iamsairakahn back in her box!'


Following yesterday's ruling, The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) said it was 'a sad day for justice and equality' as judges concluded that asking all employees to dress neutrally does not break religious discrimination rules.