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Pakistani doctor discriminated against

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    Mian v Common Services Agency and Brotherston [1994] IT/4663/92 (0 other reports)

A Pakistani doctor who was not shortlisted for a medical post because he could not meet the job requirements was unlawfully indirectly discriminated against, rules an Edinburgh industrial tribunal (Chair: S Krietman) in Mian v Common Services Agency and Brotherston. It finds that the requirements had a disproportionate effect on Pakistani doctors and could not be justified.