Victimised for accusing MD of being a racist
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Leacock v Zeller & Sons plc  IT/30339/93 (0 other reports)
A black employee was unlawfully victimised when he was barred from his company's bonus scheme after he accused his managing director of being a racist, rules a London (North) industrial tribunal (Chair: P R K Menon) in Leacock v Zeller & Sons plc. A majority also finds that he was unlawfully victimised a second time when he was dismissed following his original allegation of victimisation.