Driskel v Peninsula Business Services Ltd and others [2000] IRLR 151 EAT

Reports relating to this case:

  • Banter intimidatory

    Date:
    1 June 2000

    The EAT in Driskel v Peninsula Business Services has held that in determining whether sexual banter amounts to sex discrimination, the sex of both the complainant and the alleged discriminator should be taken into account.

  • Sexual banter discriminatory

    Date:
    1 May 2000

    In Driskel v Peninsula Business Services (17 December 1999) EOR91D, the EAT holds that in determining whether sexual banter amounts to sex discrimination, the sex of both the complainant and the alleged discriminator should be taken into account.

  • Sex discrimination: Vulgar remarks were sexist although they were also made to men

    Date:
    1 March 2000

    In Driskel v Peninsula Business Services Ltd and others, the EAT holds that a woman in the unenviable position of having to seek promotion by way of a one-to-one interview with a man for whom she had an antipathy was subjected to remarks from him which, in an appalling fashion, sought to exploit the situation by reference to the sex of, respectively, interviewee and interviewer.