In (1) Walker (2) Premier Model Management Ltd v (1) BHS Ltd (2) Hough, the EAT holds that discriminatory acts that took place after the termination of the employee's employment were deemed to have sufficient proximity to the employment relationship so as to give rise to a continuing act of sex discrimination for the purposes of a claim under the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.
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