In Aziz v Trinity Street Taxis Ltd and others (20.5.86) EOR10A, the EAT holds that in order to determine whether an employee has been victimised by reason of an activity protected by the statute, that the activity took place in a protected context must be ignored; the correct question is whether another person who acted in a similar way outside the context of a protected activity would be treated similarly.
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