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Sex discrimination: No 'range of reasonable responses' allowed in justification

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In Hardys & Hansons plc v Lax [2005] EWCA (Civ) 846, the Court of Appeal holds that the employment tribunal applied the correct objective justification test for indirect sex discrimination. There was no room for a "range of reasonable responses" test, as in unfair dismissal cases, as far as the employer's attempt at justification for discriminatory treatment was concerned.