Indirect discrimination

In Essop and others v Home Office (UK Border Agency) UKEAT/0480/13, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that claimants do not need to show the reason for their personal disadvantage in indirect discrimination claims.

It is sufficient to show the fact of group and personal disadvantage without establishing a causal link between the two.


Deaf, hubby to Rachel, dad to Corey, Libby and Emily, Solicitor, Lecturer in Legal Practice at University of South Wales, PhD student at University of Leicester.

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