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Immigration adjudicator not protected against race bias

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    Maxwell v Holmes (Lord Chancellor's Department) [1995] IT/29941/94 (0 other reports)

In Maxwell v Holmes (Lord Chancellor's Department) a London (North) industrial tribunal (Chair: G E Heggs) rules that it has no jurisdiction to hear an immigration adjudicator's complaint that the failure to renew his appointment was racial discrimination because he was the holder of a statutory office.

Judge V O Maxwell was appointed as a part-time immigration adjudicator under the provisions of s.