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Case Review: Camden Council found guilty of direct race discrimination and creating a “remarkable racial divide”

An employment tribunal found in favour of a race discrimination claim from a long-standing council employee that Camden Town Hall had routinely hired staff based on the colour of their skin. The interesting case of Fraser Valdez has been called “obviously worrying” by the council and promises to review hiring procedures. The discrimination claim was […]

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Personal Assistant, 52, told: “I need to trade you in for a younger model”

An employment tribunal found that Dawn Bailey, 52, was unfairly dismissed from her role as PA to the Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin, one of the world’s largest defence companies, after she developed depression and a chronic illness which left her short of breath and excessively tired. Stephen Ball, the 59-year-old CEO of the UK […]

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Case Review: Teacher unfairly dismissed for gardening without a risk assessment

An employment tribunal found that Tracey Smith from South Yorkshire had been unfairly dismissed from Aldine House, a secure unit for problem children in Sheffield. The claimant was awarded £70,000, after being accused of breaking regulations over discipline, poor relationships with work colleagues and breaking health and safety rules. One allegation was that Miss Smith […]

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BA Employee Wins Religious Discrimination Case

Nadia Eweida, a staunch Christian who claimed she suffered religious discrimination whilst working for British Airways, has won a landmark legal battle at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). Miss Eweida was sent home from work for wearing a small silver cross around her neck in 2006, which was considered to be a breach […]

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