"Not speaking to blacks today"
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Brown v (1) Jack (2) Northampton Moat House (0 other reports)
In Brown v (1) Jack (2) Northampton Moat House a Bedford industrial tribunal (Chair: W B Carruthers) rules that a female Afro-Caribbean chef suffered a detriment and was unlawfully racially discriminated against in respect of a remark made to her father over the telephone by her manager, who said that she "was not speaking to black people today". It also ruled that the applicant, who was driven to use the toilet as a changing room while her male colleagues were not, was unlawfully discriminated against on grounds of sex.