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Refusal to allow security guard to attend mosque on Friday at lunchtime was not indirect religious discrimination

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religion or belief discrimination | indirect discrimination

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that a refusal to allow a Muslim guard to attend a mosque during working hours, which would have jeopardised his employer's commercial contract to provide security services, was not indirect religious discrimination.