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Two-year limitation on pension claims

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    Preston and others v (1) Wolverhampton Healthcare NHS Trust (2) Secretary of State for Health and others [1995] IT/507497/95 (0 other reports)

Part-time employees who have been excluded from occupational pension schemes as a result of indirect sex discrimination are entitled to no more than two years' backdated membership from the date of their industrial tribunal application, rules a Birmingham industrial tribunal (Chair (sitting alone): J K Macmillan) in Preston and others v (1) Wolverhampton Healthcare NHS Trust (2) Secretary of State for Health and others. It also holds that claims which were brought within six months of employment ending are out of time.