Sex discrimination: Labour Party's women-only shortlists declared unlawful
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Jepson and Dyas-Elliott v the Labour Party and others  IRLR 116 IT (0 other reports)
In Jepson and Dyas-Elliott v The Labour Party and others  IRLR 116, an industrial tribunal finds that the Labour Party's policy of shortlisting only women as its prospective parliamentary candidates in certain constituencies resulted in unlawful direct sex discrimination against two men not considered for shortlists by three of its constituency parties. But for their sex, the two men would have been considered.