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Union discriminated against leftist for political opinions

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    McKay v Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance (No. 2) [1995] 90/90 FET (0 other reports)

In McKay v Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance (No.2) the Fair Employment Tribunal (President: J Maguire) upholds a complaint of discrimination on grounds of political opinion by an applicant for a seconded trade union post.

Brendan McKay, a member of NIPSA, applied unsuccessfully to the union to be selected for the seconded post of assistant trade union side secretary with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.