In King v The Great Britain-China Centre (11 October 1991) EOR41B, the Court of Appeal holds that it is "legitimate" for a tribunal to infer that discrimination was on racial grounds where the employer's explanation is inadequate or unsatisfactory.
In King v The Great Britain-China Centre the Court of Appeal reviews the circumstances in which an industrial tribunal may draw an inference of racial discrimination.
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