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Union refused to support white male

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    Short v Greater London Unison [2000] ET/2301192/98 (0 other reports)

A trade union discriminated on grounds of race and sex when it refused to support one of its members, a white man, in his discrimination action against his council employer, holds a London South employment tribunal (Chair: R W Rideout) in Short v Greater London Unison.

Ian Short was employed as a senior awards officer in the education grants section at the London Borough of Lambeth from November 1990 to 31 December 1996, when he accepted redundancy arising out of a reorganisation.