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Sex discrimination: Tribunal's approach to allegations of sexual harassment was not flawed

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    Wade v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire and others 31 July 1998 CA (0 other reports)

In Wade v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire and others 31.7.98 Court of Appeal, the Court of Appeal holds that an employment tribunal properly had in mind the evidence as a whole, and that a campaign of sexual harassment was being alleged, when it made findings of fact on specific allegations. Having made such findings, as it was required to do, there was no reason to doubt that the tribunal took the totality of findings into account in considering what inferences should properly be drawn.