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Disbelieved black doctor awarded £7,500

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    Giwa-Osagie v (1) Hall (2) Doncaster Royal Infirmary & Montagu Hospital Trust [1992] IT/53955/91 (0 other reports)

In Giwa-Osagie v (1) Hall (2) Doncaster Royal Infirmary & Montagu Hospital Trust [1992] IT/53955/91 a Sheffield industrial tribunal (Chair: A J D Glossop) awards £7,500 compensation, including £2,500 for injury to feelings, to a Nigerian doctor who had been discriminated against on grounds of race because it had been automatically assumed by hospital management that because he was black he was guilty of an alleged sexual assault on a white member of staff.