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Absolute "must" test abandoned

This report relates to 1 case(s)

In Falkirk Council and others v Whyte and others (30 June 1997) EOR75A, the EAT holds that a "requirement or condition" applied by the employer, for the purpose of the definition of indirect sex discrimination, does not have to be an absolute bar in order for it to be challenged.