A woman who was unable to obtain social housing because she was not a member of the Orthodox Jewish community has failed in her appeal to the Supreme Court, made on the basis she suffered unlawful direct discrimination on grounds of race or religion or ethnic origin. The court unanimously dismissed
Sexual orientation discrimination cases have increased 165 per cent since 2015, according to new data from compliance training specialist DeltaNet International and the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). The study analysed over 120,000 discrimination cases that went to employment tribunals and included case
Some 58 per cent of women in the legal profession say they or women they work with have experienced inappropriate comments from male colleagues relating to their gender, new research has found. Almost half, 46 per cent, reported that either they or one of their colleagues had not complained about di
A barristers' chambers has defended an unfair dismissal case brought by a former tenant, The Times reports. Goldsmith Chambers had expelled Karen Gillard after a number of complaints made against her, including allegations of bullying, an employment tribunal heard.