London Underground Ltd v Edwards  IRLR 355 EAT
Reports relating to this case:
- 1 August 1995
In London Underground Ltd v Edwards, the EAT considers the issue of when indirect sex (or race) discrimination should be regarded as "intentional" so as to be capable of attracting an award of compensation.
- 1 July 1995
In London Underground Ltd v Edwards (15 March 1995) EOR62B, the EAT rules that an inference of intentional discrimination can be drawn from an employer's knowledge of the unfavourable consequences resulting from application of an indirectly discriminatory requirement, so as to justify an award of compensation.
- 1 June 1995
In London Underground Ltd v Edwards the EAT has held that in determining whether an indirectly discriminatory requirement or condition was applied with the intention to treat a woman less favourably on grounds of sex, so as to permit an award of compensation, intention can be inferred from an employer's knowledge of the unfavourable consequences for the claimant as a woman.