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Race discrimination: Appointment to Police Complaints Authority is not "employment"

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    Franklin v The Home Office and others EAT/1225/98 (0 other reports)

An application for appointment to the Police Complaints Authority was an application seeking appointment to a statutory office, not an application for employment within the meaning of the Race Relations Act 1976, holds the EAT in Franklin v The Home Office and others 19.8.99 EAT 1225/98. Accordingly, an employment tribunal had no jurisdiction to hear the applicant's complaint that the rejection of his application for such appointment amounted to unlawful race discrimination.