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Malik v British Home Stores

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    Malik v British Home Stores [1980] ET/2901/79 (0 other reports)

In Malik v British Home Stores [1980] ET/2901/79, the employment tribunal found that it was unlawful indirect race discrimination to require a Muslim woman of Pakistani origin to wear a uniform of an overall over a skirt.

Miss Malik is a Muslim of Pakistani origin. She applied for a part-time job with the respondent in Blackburn.