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'Troubling' that officers can sue for discrimination but not if dismissed by a panel

Judge raises contradiction in the rights afforded to police.

The case was heard at the Court of Appeal

The case was heard at the Court of Appeal

Date - 25th January 2016
By - Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle
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A Court of Appeal judge has highlighted an apparent contradiction in the right of police officers to take legal action under the Equality Act 2010. Lord Justice John Laws last week found in favour of the Met in an employment tribunal appeal. An...
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