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Discriminatory attitude

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    Martins v Marks & Spencer plc [1995] IT/12997/91-92 (0 other reports)

Upholding an ethnic minority applicant's complaint of racial discrimination, a London South industrial tribunal (Chair: R Rideout) in Martins v Marks & Spencer plc finds that the effect of a discriminatory attitude prevailing in Marks & Spencer was such that the applicant was denied employment as a trainee manager. It awards £3,000 for injury to feelings.