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Transfer of hearing-impaired train driver unlawful

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    Bragg v London Underground Ltd [1998] ET/2201786/97 (0 other reports)

In Bragg v London Underground Ltd a London North employment tribunal (Chair: M H Don) found that a hearing-impaired employee was treated less favourably because of his disability when he was transferred.

Mr Bragg, who has worked for London Underground since 1979, worked as a train operator until October 1994 when he was transferred to station assistant duties.