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Blackburn and another v Chief Constable of West Midlands Police

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    Blackburn and another v Chief Constable of West Midlands Police [2009] IRLR 135 CA (0 other reports)

equal pay | like work | justification

The Court of Appeal has held that paying bonuses to employees who worked night shifts did not constitute sex discrimination.

The claimants were female police officers who received less pay than their male comparator for doing like work, as a result of a bonus that he was paid for working night shifts.