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Pregnancy-connected incapability justifies fair dismissal

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    Grimsby Carpet Co Ltd v Bedford [1987] IRLR 438 EAT (0 other reports)

In Grimsby Carpet Co Ltd v Bedford (9.7.87) EOR16D, the EAT holds that dismissal of a woman rendered incapable of adequately doing her work because of a pregnancy-related illness falls within the exception to the general principle that pregnancy-related dismissals are automatically unfair.