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Unreasonable behaviour may justify inference

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In Anya v University of Oxford the Court of Appeal has ruled that where an employer behaves unreasonably towards a black employee, it is an error of law for a tribunal to direct itself that an inference of race discrimination is not to be drawn, without more, because the employer might very well behave in a similarly unreasonable fashion to a white employee.

Dr Anya, a black Nigerian permanently resident in the UK, applied for a post as a post-doctoral research assistant.