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Black tax inspector discriminated against

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    Riley v (1) Commissioners of the Inland Revenue and (2) Pattison [1997] IT/44203/96 (0 other reports)

A black inspector of taxes was discriminated against on grounds of race when his application for the position of equal opportunities investigator was rejected, rules a Manchester industrial tribunal (Chair: C J Chapman) in Riley v (1) Commissioners of the Inland Revenue and (2) Pattison. It awards £2,500 compensation for injury to feelings.