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Appropriate comparator defined

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The Court of Appeal in Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police v Khan has held that in order to determine whether a person alleging victimisation has been treated less favourably than in those circumstances the discriminator would treat other persons, the appropriate comparison is with the way in which other employees would normally be treated.

Raham Khan was a sergeant in the West Yorkshire Police.