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Employer not liable for victimisation

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In Waters v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis (3 July 1997) EOR76A, the Court of Appeal rules that an employer could not be liable for victimising an employee who alleged that she was sexually harassed by a work colleague, where the alleged harassment was not committed in the course of employment.