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Resigned because of death threat

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    Connolly v Board of Governors, Stranmillis College 13 March 1997 FET (0 other reports)

An employer who failed to promote a neutral working environment did not unlawfully discriminate against a Catholic man who resigned following a death threat made against him by an outside caller, holds the Fair Employment Tribunal (Chair: J E Maguire) in Connolly v Board of Governors, Stranmillis College.

Paul Connolly was one of three Catholics employed as porters by Stranmillis College in Belfast.