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Sex discrimination: Where direct discrimination not inherent, tribunal must consider possible subconscious discrimination

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In Geller and another v Yeshurun Hebrew Congregation EAT/0190/15, the EAT held that, in cases where direct discrimination is not inherent in the act complained of, a tribunal must enquire further into the motivation, conscious or unconscious, of the alleged discriminator.