The good intentions behind a senior police officer's suggestion to a white police sergeant that his brief sexual relationship with a 17-year-old female trainee of Asian origin could have jeopardised police relations with the Asian community were not relevant to the question of whether or not the sergeant had suffered unlawful race and sex discrimination, but could be pertinent to the issue of remedy, holds the EAT in Chief Constable of the Greater Manchester Police and another v Hope.
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