Race discrimination: Correct composition of control group in victimisation case
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TNT Express Worldwide (UK) Ltd v Brown  ICR 182 CA (0 other reports)
In TNT Express Worldwide (UK) Ltd v Brown 4.4.00 Court of Appeal, the Court of Appeal holds that the comparator of an employee who was refused time off work, because he had brought proceedings against the employer under the Race Relations Act 1976, was another employee who asked for time off rather than one who had sued the employer other than under that Act. The Court was bound to follow its recent decision in Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police and others v Khan 24.2.00 Court of Appeal on the same issue.