In Hammersmith & Queen Charlottes Special Health Authority v Cato (9.9.87) EOR17A, the EAT rules that a contractual redundancy payment which followed the statutory redundancy payment scheme by proportionately reducing payments for women over age 59, but not reducing payments for men until they were over age 64, contravenes the equal pay requirements of Article 119 of the EEC Treaty.
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