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Employee with MS victimised

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    Rathbone v Dudley College of Technology [1999] ET/1301325/98 (0 other reports)

A part-time lecturer with multiple sclerosis was unlawfully victimised by her employer for bringing proceedings alleging disability discrimination, holds a Birmingham employment tribunal (Chair: J van Gelder) in Rathbone v Dudley College of Technology.

Mrs Rathbone was employed as a part-time prison lecturer, originally by the respondent's predecessor, in 1989.