In Cornelius v University College of Swansea (10.2.87) EOR13D, the Court of Appeal holds that a complainant under s.4 of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (SDA) must not only show that she was victimised because she brought proceedings against her employer, but she must also show that the basis for the victimisation was that those proceedings were brought under the SDA.
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