In R v Birmingham City Council ex parte The Equal Opportunities Commission (13.5.88) EOR22A, in the course of upholding a finding that selective provision by the council of more grammar school places for boys than girls was unlawfully discriminatory, the Court of Appeal confirms that a subjective intention to discriminate is not necessary in order to show direct discrimination.
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