The claimant appealed against rejection of his claims for unfair dismissal and otherwise. The union appealed against a finding in favour of the claim for discrimination (and otherwise) on account of his religion or belief, namely ‘left wing democratic socialism’. At the EAT all claims were dismissed.
Underhill, Briggs LJJ
 EWCA Civ 1049
Equality Act 2010 13(1)
England and Wales
Appeal from – General Municipal and Boilermakers Union v Henderson EAT 13-Mar-2015
EAT Unfair Dismissal – RELIGION OR BELIEF DISCRIMINATION – HARASSMENT
1. The Employment Tribunal found that the Claimant was fairly dismissed for gross misconduct but also found that he had suffered . .
Cited – Warby v Wunda Group Plc EAT 27-Jan-2012
Pregnancy and discrimination
In the course of a heated discussion between the Claimant and her manager about pay, each accused the other of lying. . .
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Updated: 24 January 2022; Ref: scu.570869