In Live Nation Venues (UK) Ltd v Hussain and other appeals EAT/0234/08, EAT/0235/08 & EAT/0236/08, the EAT held that the fact that the employer's decision to dismiss was influenced by the employee's perceived difficulty in being managed by two younger female colleagues did not give rise to an inference that the dismissal was on grounds of the employee's age.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a 55 year old was not discriminated against when his employer dismissed him for displaying ageist attitudes towards two younger managers.
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