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Compensation test for indirect discrimination

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In JH Walker Ltd v Hussain and others (1 November 1995) EOR66D, the EAT rules that indirect discrimination can be regarded as "intentional", so as to attract an award of compensation, where an employer knew when it applied the requirement or condition in question that unfavourable treatment on racial grounds would result and where it wanted those consequences to follow.