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Employer not liable for racial abuse

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    Irving and another v The Post Office [1987] IRLR 289 CA (0 other reports)

In Irving and another v The Post Office (31.3.87) EOR14A, the Court of Appeal rules that the Post Office was not liable under the Race Relations Act 1976 for a racist remark written on a letter by a postman because the act was not done in the course of the employee's employment.