Mr Nagarajan, of Indian birth, had brought several complaints to the Tribunal based on race. A settlement was reached on or about 1st November 1989 in full and final settlement of all his claims arising out of his employment with London Underground Ltd. His employment by LUL had ceased by then. Mr Nagarajan, after a … Continue reading Nagarajan v Agnew: EAT 21 Jul 1993
It was not discriminatory of school governors to require a ‘communicant’ headmaster in a Church of England school. Citations: Gazette 21-Apr-1993, Independent 04-Mar-1993 Statutes: Race Relations Act 1976 4(2) 1(1)(b) Jurisdiction: England and Wales Employment, Education, Discrimination Updated: 05 May 2022; Ref: scu.78458
An Industrial Tribunal may not look at a claim of race discrimination which had taken place in the context of a disciplinary appeal following a dismissal. The act of discrimination had not been in the course of the employment. Citations: Times 23-Feb-1995 Statutes: Race Relations Act 1976 4(2) Citing: See also – Adekeye v Post … Continue reading Post Office v Adekeye: EAT 23 Feb 1995
It was not discrimination not to offer English language lessons to a worker. Citations: Gazette 21-Apr-1993 Statutes: Race Relations Act 1976 4(2)(b) Discrimination Updated: 09 April 2022; Ref: scu.83592
The appellant had applied for a secondment as a Registrar of Companies of Anguilla. The appointment was made with others by the Respondent, his current employers, as agent for the government of Anguilla. He alleged race discrimination and . .
Race discrimination which took place after a dismissal was not unlawful within the section, since that first required the context of employment, and after the dismissal, the applicant was no longer in that employment. The natural meaning of the . .
The claimant was employed by the Army. He claimed that he was racially discriminated against because the army refused to provide him with Halal meat.
Held: The 1976 Act first required the applicant to have exhausted the Army’s own internal . .
EAT RACE DISCRIMINATION Detriment CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT Wrongful dismissal Appellant wrongly and unreasonably accused by employers of sexual harassment. Employers accept his denial but instruct him not seek to discuss the charges with the alleged victim. Appellant subsequently disobeys that instruction and is summarily dismissed.Tribunal holds:(1) Appellant not entitled to a claim that dismissal was … Continue reading Olasehinde v Panther Securities Plc: EAT 10 Jun 2008
The claimant had sought registration as a specialist medical practitioner by the respondent. His complaint that the crtiria used to reject his claim were discriminatory had been rejected by the employment tribunal and EAT on the basis that they had no jurisdiction. Held: The section and rules establishing the Training authority clearly reserved to that … Continue reading British Medical Association v Chaudhary: CA 15 May 2003
Race Discrimination – Direct. After dealing with the arguments based on the history of the various statutes: ‘Whether the employer deliberately dismisses the employee on racial grounds or he so acts as to repudiate the contract by racially discriminatory conduct, which repudiation the employee accepts, the end result is the same, namely the loss of … Continue reading Derby Specialist Fabrication Ltd v J N Burton: EAT 27 Sep 2000
The appellant, of Nigerian origin had been brought here at the age of 14 with false identity papers, and was put to work caring for the respondent’s children. In 2008 she was dismissed and ejected from the house. She brought proceedings alleging racial discrimination, but the only element of her claim which succeeded was of … Continue reading Hounga v Allen and Another: SC 30 Jul 2014
depner_gmcEAT2013 EAT Race Discrimination : Discrimination By Other Bodies – The Employment Judge did not err in holding that the Employment Tribunal did not have jurisdiction to hear a doctor’s claims of discrimination and victimisation made under the Race Relations Act 1976. The claims were of her suspension from registration and imposition of immediate suspension … Continue reading Depner v General Medical Council: EAT 14 Feb 2013
The appellant’s allegations of racial discrimination had been dismissed. He argued that the reasons given were inadequate. Because such claims are often unusually sensitive to the particular facts, it can be more important for the tribunal to deal . .
The applicant had succeeded in an action for race discrimination against the respondents. By the conclusion of those proceedings he was no longer employed, and sought a reference. It was refused. He issued new proceedings asserting that this was an . .
The case concerned the applicability of the race and disability discrimination law to appointments to statutory offices, particularly as to whether any remedy was provided for infringement. It was suggested that such appointments did not constitute . .
EAT Race Discrimination – Discrimination by other bodies
Practice and Procedure – Amendment
(a) The Employment Tribunal correctly held it had no jurisdiction to hear Claimant’s case brought under the . .
The appellant’s application for full registration as a qualified medical practitioner had been refused by the GMC after a five-year maximum period of limited registration. His application for full registration in accordance with section 25 of the . .
The claimant appealed against a finding that there had been no race discrimation in her case. She had overheard a manager refer to her as ‘the wog’. She said that this was sufficient to mean that she suffered a detriment. The employer replied that . .