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"Institutionalised racism" comment decried

This report relates to 1 case(s)

In Commissioners of Inland Revenue v Morgan (6 February 2002), the EAT criticises an employment tribunal for finding that there was "institutionalised" racism in the Revenue's solicitors' department.

The issues

Marlene Morgan, a black barrister, was employed by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue (CIR) in their solicitors' department. She complained that she had been discriminated against on grounds of race and victimised.