Power v Greater Manchester Police Authority EAT/0087/10
Reports relating to this case:
Religious discrimination: No discrimination when employee dismissed for inappropriate manifestation of beliefs
- 18 May 2011
In Power v Greater Manchester Police Authority EAT/0087/10, the EAT affirmed that, in determining whether or not an employee has suffered direct religious discrimination, a distinction may be drawn between treatment on the ground of the person's beliefs and treatment on the ground of manifestation of those beliefs.
- 30 November 2010
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a police trainer who was dismissed for bringing DVDs and posters related to spiritualism to the workplace was not discriminated against because of his religious beliefs.