Race bias lecturer awarded £28,000
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In Bryans v Northumberland College of Arts & Technology a Newcastle-upon-Tyne industrial tribunal (Chair: J R Barton) awards £28,000 (plus interest of almost £2,000) to a college lecturer who suffered unlawful racial discrimination. The award includes £15,000 for injury to feelings and £5,000 for aggravated damages for what "was a particularly appalling case of discrimination upon discrimination". The tribunal also makes a number of recommendations, including a recommendation that the lecturer be shortlisted by the college for any appropriate post within the next two years.