In Orlando v Didcot Power Station Sports & Social Club, the EAT holds that an industrial tribunal's award of £750 for injury to feelings to a part-time employee, who was dismissed because she was pregnant, could not be faulted.
In Orlando v Didcot Power Station Sports & Social Club (3 November 1995) EOR67D, the EAT holds that in assessing injury to feelings for discrimination, whether the employer has admitted that it has acted in breach of the legislation may help to reduce the hurt which is felt.
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