O’Neill v Governors of St Thomas More RC School and Another: EAT 24 May 1996

The claimant had been dismissed as a teacher by the respondent Roman Catholic school after she became pregnant by a priest. She had been found to have been unfairly dismissed, but the tribunal had rejected her claim of discrimination for pregnancy.
Mummery J P
[1996] IRLR 372, [1997] ICR 33, [1996] UKEAT 1180 – 94 – 2405
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See AlsoO’Neill v Governors of St Thomas More RC School EAT 12-Oct-1995
The claimant had lodged an appeal against a rejection of her claim of sex discrimination, and against the amount of damages awarded on the success of her claim of unfair dismissal. After rejection of her request for a review, her counsel had lodged . .
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CitedWebb v EMO Air Cargo ECJ 14-Jul-1994
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CitedNagarajan v Agnew EAT 21-Jul-1993
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CitedWebb v EMO Air Cargo (UK) Ltd (No 1) HL 3-Mar-1993
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CitedDekker v Stichting Vormingscentrum Voor Jong Volwassenen ECJ 8-Nov-1990
An employer is in direct contravention of the principle of equal treatment embodied in Articles 2(1) and 3(1) of Council Directive 76/207/EEC of 9 February 1976 on the implementation of the principle of equal treatment for men and women as regards . .

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