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Investigation inconsistency resulted in sex bias

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    Howarth and Parker v HM Prison Service [1999] ET/1102124/97 (0 other reports)

Two male prison officers who were subjected to disciplinary proceedings when a female colleague was not, were discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules an Ashford employment tribunal (Chair: G W Davis) in Howarth and Parker v HM Prison Service. According to the tribunal, the respondent allowed its commitment to combat the anti-female culture in the prison to cloud its judgement.