Nagarajan v London Regional Transport [1998] IRLR 73 CA

Reports relating to this case:

  • Race discrimination: Victimisation requires conscious motivation

    1 June 1998

    The concept of victimisation under the Race Relations Act requires the discriminator to have a motive which is consciously connected with that legislation, confirms the Court of Appeal in Nagarajan v London Regional Transport.

  • Conscious motive necessary

    1 March 1998

    In Nagarajan v Swiggs and London Regional Transport the Court of Appeal has ruled that in order for there to be unlawful victimisation, the discriminator must have been consciously motivated to treat the employee unfavourably because of the protected act.