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Sexual orientation discrimination: Comments about "out" employee's sexual orientation were not discrimination

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In Grant v HM Land Registry and Equality and Human Rights Commission [2011] IRLR 748 CA, the Court of Appeal held that, on the facts, a gay employee who had "come out" in a previous workplace was not discriminated against or harassed when his manager at a new office mentioned his sexual orientation to, and in front of, colleagues.