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Contract worker can compare with employees

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In Allonby v Accrington & Rossendale College the Court of Appeal has ruled that an employer can be liable under the Sex Discrimination Act for discriminating against a contract worker by offering her terms and conditions which are less favourable than those offered to its own employees.

Debra Allonby was employed by the college as a part-time, hourly-paid lecturer.