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Y v Bradford Council

An employer adjusted the recruitment process for a person with a severe stammer by allowing written responses to pre-set interview questions, and a written equivalent of a presentation exercise. However,…

RCSLT award

From British Stammering Association’s Speaking Out magazine, Winter 2005: “The BSA webmaster, Allan Tyrer, was awarded the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists’ Diamond Jubilee Special Recognition Award for…

Igen v Wong

Court of Appeal, 2005. Full judgment: bailii.org. In Barton v Investec Securities Ltd the EAT had given guidance on how to apply the provision in the various discriminaton Acts stating…

X v Y

The claimant was dismissed after being cautioned for a sex offence with another man, in a cafe lavatory to which the public had access. There was no corresponding offence between…

B v Apcoa Parking

Employment Tribunal, Case No. 2403061/02, November 2002 & April 2003. The applicant resigned his job as a parking attendant and successfully claimed to the Tribunal for unfair dismissal. The Tribunal…

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