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Discrimination/victimisation: Letters to staff attempting to settle may not be victimisation

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In St Helens MBC v Derbyshire and others [2005] EWCA (Civ) 977, the Court of Appeal holds that the employment tribunal erred in finding that an attempt by a defendant employer to compromise pending Equal Pay Act 1970 proceedings, by means of letters to the employees concerned, was discrimination by way of victimisation.