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Administrative error justifies pay difference

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In Young v University of Edinburgh the EAT finds that an employer can establish a defence to an equal pay claim by showing that the difference in pay was genuinely due to an administrative error, which the employer could not rectify without creating further anomalies.

Hugh Young was employed as a clinical lecturer in medical microbiology from 1973.