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Pressure to discriminate did not lead to dismissal

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    Tower Hamlets Racial Equality Council v Clements [1996] EAT/502/96 (0 other reports)

In Tower Hamlets Racial Equality Council v Clements the EAT has allowed an appeal against an industrial tribunal's finding that the appellants discriminated against a man of Afro-Caribbean origin by dismissing him and replacing him with someone of Asian origin following pressure from the Commission for Racial Equality.

Mr Clements was employed as director of THREC on a locum contract from August 1991 until December 1993.