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Hair length not the issue

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    Richards v Hodgson and Riceview Restaurants Ltd [1993] IT/7086/93 (0 other reports)

A question to a black job applicant with mini-dreadlocks whether he would be prepared to cut his hair was not simply about hair length, according to a Leeds industrial tribunal (Chair: J Prophet) in Richards v Hodgson and Riceview Restaurants Ltd. It had a wider implication based on colour.