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Interview questions not sex bias

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A job applicant who during her job interview was asked questions about her childminding arrangements and whether her husband objected to her working evenings, was not unlawfully discriminated against, rules a Bedford industrial tribunal (Chair: C Tribe) in Twilley v Tompkins. Such questions were asked of men and women alike.