Allonby v Accrington and Rossendale College: EAT 29 Mar 2000

EAT Sex Discrimination – Indirect – European Material – Article 19.
EAT European Material – Article 19
EAT Equal Pay Act – (no sub-topic).


The Honourable Mr Justice Lindsay (President)


EAT/1080/98, EAT/1300/97, [2000] UKEAT 1300 – 97 – 2903


EAT, EAT, Bailii


Equal Treatment Directive (Council Directive 76/207/EEC


England and Wales


CitedFlint v Eastern Electricity Board EAT 1975
The employee had failed to mention at the hearing of his claim for a redundancy payment a fact which was arguably highly material to the issue of whether his refusal of alternative employment was reasonable; and his claim had been dismissed. He . .

Cited by:

Appeal fromAllonby v Accrington and Rossendale College and others CA 23-Mar-2001
The college failed to renew contracts for lecturers on one year fixed term contracts. A greater proportion of women were subject to such contracts, and the dismissal fell entirely on part time and hourly paid workforce. The condition which the . .
At EATAllonby v Accrington and Rossendale College for Education and Employment ECJ 13-Jan-2004
ECJ Principle of equal pay for men and women – Direct effect – Meaning of worker – Self-employed female lecturer undertaking work presumed to be of equal value to that which is undertaken in the same college by . .
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Discrimination, Employment, European

Updated: 29 August 2022; Ref: scu.171789