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Discrimination questionnaire: No justification for drawing victimisation inferences where replies "transparently genuine"

This report relates to 1 case(s)

In Deer v Walford and another EAT/0283/10, the EAT held that replies to a statutory discrimination questionnaire were "transparently genuine" and that there was no justification for drawing inferences of victimisation.

Key points

  • A tribunal was entitled not to draw inferences of sex discrimination from the replies to a statutory questionnaire.