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Rostering scheme discriminated

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    Edwards v London Underground Ltd [1994] IT/04183/93 (0 other reports)

In Edwards v London Underground Ltd a London North industrial tribunal (Chair: R Upex) rules that new rostering arrangements introduced as part of a £10 million cost-saving plan indirectly discriminated against a female train operator, who was a single parent.

Ms Edwards, a single parent with a young son, was employed as a train operator.