Updated to include information on Essop and others v Home Office (UK Border Agency), in which the Supreme Court dealt with disadvantage in the context of indirect discrimination claims.
In this week's podcast, we explore the steps that you can take to reduce the risk of having an indirectly discriminatory provision, criterion or practice. We also discuss what to take into account when deciding whether or not indirect discrimination can be justified.
In this week's podcast, we discuss sexual orientation discrimination.
The Supreme Court has held that the owners of a bed and breakfast, whose religious beliefs include that sexual relations outside heterosexual marriage are sinful, could not justify their refusal to give civil partners a room with a double bed, in this important discrimination case on the conflict between sexual orientation laws and the right to manifest religious beliefs.
In DLA Piper's case of the week, Black and another v Wilkinson, the Court of Appeal upheld a decision that a B&B owner's refusal to provide accommodation to a gay couple was discriminatory.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to indirect sexual orientation discrimination.