Zafar v Glasgow City Council  IRLR 36 HL
Reports relating to this case:
- 1 February 1998
The concept of direct discrimination under the Race Relations Act requires it to be shown that the claimant has been treated by the person against whom the discrimination is alleged less favourably than that person treats or would have treated another, the House of Lords rules in Zafar v Glasgow City Council.
- 1 January 1998
In Zafar v Glasgow City Council (27 November 1997) EOR77C, the House of Lords rules that unreasonable behaviour by an employer towards a minority ethnic employee does not raise a case to answer of race discrimination.
- 1 December 1997
In Zafar v Glasgow City Council the House of Lords has ruled that whether an employer has acted reasonably is irrelevant to a complaint of discrimination.